Rangeland is a fundamental, renewable natural resource. Throughout the western U.S., it offers a wide-range of opportunities for the multiple uses of livestock and wildlife grazing, recreation, water production and natural beauty. The rangeland ecology and watershed management curriculum is designed for students wishing to study ecology, utilization and management of rangelands and wildland watersheds, and related resources including forestry, recreation, wildlife management, soil science, botany and zoology. The curriculum is designed so that students can transfer to four-year institutions and prepare for careers in natural resource management as Range Conservationists, Soil Conservationists, and Range or Forest Hydrologists.

Students must complete all program requirements, including approved electives, with a ā€œCā€ or better.

Freshman Year – Fall Semester

Class Credit Hours
BIOL 1010 – General Biology I 4
CHEM 1000 – Introductory Chemistry 4
ENGL 1010 – English I: Composition 3
MATH 1400 – Pre-Calculus Algebra 4
Freshman Foundations 1
Total Credit Hours: 16

Freshman Year – Spring Semester

Class Credit Hours
REWM 2000 – Principles of Range Management 3
Constitutional Requirements 3
BIOL 2020 – General Biology II 4
Arts & Humanities 3
Physical Education Activity 1
Total Credit Hours: 14

Sophmore Year – Fall Semester

Class Credit Hours
AECL 1000 – Agroecology 4
AGEC 1010 – Agricultural Economics I 3
ZOO 2450 – Principles of Fish and Wildlife Management 3
Social & Cultural Awareness 3
AGRI 1010 – Computers: Agriculture 3
Total Credit Hours: 16

Sophmore Year – Spring Semester

Class Credit Hours
CO/M 2020 – Public Speaking 3
STAT 2050 – Fundamentals of Statistics 4
RNEW 2100 – Forest Management 3
SOIL 2200 – Applied Soils 3
AGEC 239 5- AG Capstone Project (Outcomes Assessment) 2
Total Credit Hours: 15