Sul Ross State University
School of Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences
Natural Resource Management
M.Ag. - Range and Wildlife Management;M.S. - Range and Wildlife Management
The Department of Natural Resource Management provides students with a curriculum that is both grounded in scientific principles and emphasizes the hands-on experience.
Students majoring in Natural Resource Management can pursue a concentration in range management, wildlife management, or conservation biology.
Graduate programs include the Master of Agriculture, Master of Science non-thesis, and Master of Science in Range and Wildlife Management.
Facilities located in the RAS Center include the soils dry lab, the nutrition wet lab, the William A. Adams Big Game Trophy and Game Bird Collection, a computer lab and a small ranch located adjacent to the RAS Center.
In addition, Sul Ross State University and Alpine are in the heart of one of the greatest outdoor laboratories in the world, which includes:
Big Bend National Park
Big Bend Ranch State Park
Black Gap Wildlife Management Area
Davis Mountain State Park
Elephant Mountain Wildlife Management Area
We help you take advantage of this natural laboratory through field trips and class projects. Together, this background provides the opportunity to gain a thorough, well-rounded education.
Facts & Figures
Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Remote Town
Size & Settings: 3,000-5,999