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Natural Resource Management

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Natural Resource Management

Earning a degree in natural resource management will open doors for you in a variety of career fields and at several state and federal government agencies. The practical experience you gain will also give you an advantage when it comes to applying for jobs or graduate school.

Many of our graduates work as county extension agents and for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and Natural Resources Conservation Service.

A Minor in Range and Wildlife Management is also available.

Program Faculty

Our award-winning faculty are also industry professionals ready to teach you the latest trends and techniques in natural resource management. You’ll also have the chance to work with them on research projects, and our small class sizes mean you get the individual attention you deserve.

Career Opportunities

Start your career as soon as you graduate. Our graduates work as county extension agents across Texas, and the Natural Resources Conservation Service lists us as a “Preferred University” for hiring new employees.

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Our Courses

Gain hands-on experience by participating in invasive plant management, prescribed burning, brush control, spotlight deer and wildlife counts, guided wild game hunts and many other activities at our 6,000-acre ranch.

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