Sustainable Resources Management

The Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Resources Management provides for concentration in Natural Resource Management, Forest Resources Management, or Parks & Recreation Management. 

Sustainable Resources Management

The Sustainable Resources Management degree offers an interdisciplinary program of study which stresses sustainable management of renewable and non-renewable natural resources. To serve the needs of students with differing career interests, three-degree specializations are offered: (1) Natural Resources Management, (2) Forest Resources Management, (3) Parks and Recreation Management. Students choosing the Natural Resource Management specialization will be well-prepared for a variety of fields in natural resources, including graduate school or employment in industry or governmental agencies. Students choosing the Forest Resources Management specialization meet the requirements as a civil service forester. Students will be well-prepared for graduate school or employment in industry or governmental agencies. Student choosing the Parks and Recreation Management specialization will be well-prepared for a variety of fields managing recreation resources, including graduate school or employment in industry or governmental agencies.

Program at a Glance

Degrees: B.S. in Sustainable Resources Management
Optional Concentrations: (1) Natural Resources Management, (2) Forest Resources Management, (3) Parks and Recreation Management
List of Courses (below)

Sustainable Resources Management Majors Can Get Training in…

  • Wildlife Ecology and Management
  • Watershed Science
  • Forest Ecology
  • Forest Ecosystem Protection Approaches

Training Outside the Classroom:

  • Stay tuned for more information about our “living laboratory.”
Sustainable Natural Resources
Sustainable Natural Resources
Theater

Department Directory

Jerod Caligiuri

Jerod Caligiuri

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Clinton Johnson

Clinton Johnson

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Crystal Krause

Crystal Krause

Associate Professor of Biology and Environmental Science
Michelle Mabry

Michelle Mabry

Chair, Department of Biology and Environmental Science; Professor of Biology
Brian Moudry

Brian Moudry

Chair, Division of Mathematics & Natural Science; Professor of Mathematics and Physics
Neelima Nair

Neelima Nair

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Nathaniel Sams

Nathaniel Sams

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Renaud Stauber

Renaud Stauber

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science
Shawn Stover

Shawn Stover

Professor of Biology

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