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Bachelor of Science in Rangeland Ecology and Management

The Rangeland Ecology and Management major is offered through the Departments of Natural Resources and Environmental Science (NRES) and Agriculture, Nutrition & Veterinary Science (ANVS). The curriculum provides a solid, interdisciplinary foundation for science-based decision making in natural resource management.

Students will acquire a strong background in basic sciences (e.g., biology, chemistry, and mathematics) and in courses addressing critical issues in vegetation ecology and management, sustainability and restoration of rangeland resources, watershed integrity, wildlife habitat, forage use and conservation of natural ecosystems. This major is designed for those students interested in pursuing skills and careers focused on the ecology, use, restoration, and management of rangeland ecosystems and natural resources.

For more information contact:

Incoming freshman & Sophomores

Juana Reynoza-Gomez
Coordintaor of Student Affairs & Outreach
Located in FA 236 or 775-784-6323

Juniors & Seniors

  • Last names A-M
    Sherm Swanson

    Office: Knudtsen Resources Center, 1000 Valley Rd., Rm# 113 or 775-784-1449
  • Last names N-Z
    Berry Perryman

    Office: Max Fleischmann Agriculture Building Rm# 232 or 775-784-1265


Contact College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources

Phone (775) 784-1660
(775) 784-6237
Fax (775) 784-4227
Location Fleischmann Agriculture

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