Your Career in Environmental Sustainability Starts Here!
If you have a deep love for nature and a burning desire to protect and preserve our precious natural resources, then the School of Natural Resources and the Environment is the perfect place for you. With a degree in Natural Resources, you'll have endless opportunities to do meaningful work in the natural world. Get ready to roll up your sleeves and make an impact finding innovative and sustainable solutions to manage our water, wildlife, and natural landscapes.
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Customize Your Studies to Your Interests
Within the Natural Resources major, you will have several paths open to you. You can choose to focus your studies in the following emphasis areas:
- Conservation Biology
- Ecology, Management & Restoration of Rangelands
- Fisheries Conservation & Management
- Global Change Ecology & Management
- Watershed Management & Ecohydrology
- Wildlife Conservation & Management
Whichever one you choose, a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources will prepare you to address evolving resource management challenges in the face of global change.
Visit the MAJORS AND DEGREES page to learn more about each emphasis area.
Natural Resources is a WUE program!
If you live in one of the 14 states that participate in the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) program, you may qualify for reduced out-of-state tuition to major in natural resources at the University of Arizona.
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