Natural resource managers study the impact management practices have on wildlife, livestock and ecology. Programs in natural resource management can be found at the University of Denver and the State University of New York's College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Programs range from bachelor's to doctoral degrees. Individual schools also might offer a certificate or an undergraduate minor.
1. University of Denver in Denver, CO
|School Highlight: The college's Environmental Policy and Management program will teach students about natural resources, renewable energies, and policy, as it relates to the environment.|
Natural resource management programs are offered through the University College, which is a school of professional and continuing studies. The university offers both master's and certificate programs in natural resource management.
2. State University of New York (SUNY) College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, NY
|School Highlight: The Department of Forest and Natural Resources Management at SUNY College provides educational programs that will prepare students for careers in education and research with regard to sustainable management of the environment and its natural resources.|
The college offers a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management, Master of Science in Forest and Natural Resources Management and Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental and Natural Resources Policy.
Top Resource Management Schools
|Green Mountain College||Students work with geographic information systems (GIS)||Poultney, VT|
|Sul Ross State University||Program geared toward biology, ecology and habitat management||Alpine, TX|
|University of Alaska||Bachelor's, master's and minor degrees offered||Fairbanks, AK|
|University of Delaware||B.S. in Natural Resource Management||Newark, DE|