Department of Natural Resource ManagementWelcome to the wide world of Natural Resources! Whether your interests are in bird watching, endangered species, hunting and sport fishing, environmental quality, or management of our grassland resources, we have a home for you.
North America has a tremendously wide diversity of natural resources. These natural resources provide both consumptive and non-consumptive values to humans. Thus, natural resources can provide economic benefit from harvest of annual surpluses for renewable natural resources such as grass or wildlife. In addition, the quality of life for many humans is intimately tied to natural resources. Thus, educational opportunities in natural resource management at SDSU can lead to a diverse array of career opportunities.
SDSU offers three majors focused on improving our understanding and management of natural resources. These include B.S. degrees in Ecology and Environmental Science, Range Science, and Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences. In addition, the department has minors available in Botany and in Range Science. Finally, graduate programs are available for all of these disciplines.
|Number of Students, Undergraduate||316|
|Number of Students, Graduate||92|
|Number of Fields of Study||3|
|Number of 2013–2014 Dept. Scholarship Recipients||58|
|Ph.D. Faculty Members||23|