About the Program
Natural Resource Management & Policy
Conservation, sustainable development, environmental impacts, population growth, renewable resources and natural resource stewardship are more than just buzzwords. These issues require a broad appreciation of natural resources, coupled with experience in public communications, knowledge of regulatory processes and a background in the natural sciences.
The natural resource management and policy program helps to develop broadly educated professionals with the tools to understand and address today’s natural resources issues in an environment defined by social, economic, and ecological constraints and opportunities.
Minimum 120 credits for B.S. degree with 45 credits in 300/400 level courses and 60 credits in liberal arts and sciences.