The minor in Range Ecology provides an academic background for students interested in wildlife habitat, integrated land management, ranch management, applied ecology, and international development of arid lands. The minor provides additional flexibility for students who have a liberal arts or international education goal, but would like to increase their employment potential in an applied area. A minimum of 12 credits in the minor must be from Rangeland Ecosystem Science (RS) courses.

To get more information about this minor or to officially declare it, please visit the Warner College of Natural Resources Undergraduate Student Advising website to make an appointment with an advisor.

Forest and Rangeland Stewardship Department
Forestry Building, Office 123

Effective Spring 2014

Students must satisfactorily complete the total credits required for the minor. Minors and interdisciplinary minors require 12 or more upper-division (300- to 400-level) credits.

Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.

Lower Division
Select a minimum of 9 credits from the following: 19
Plant Identification
Natural Resource Ecology and Measurements
Introductory Soil Science
Upper Division
F 310/RS 310Forest and Rangeland Ecogeography3
RS 300Rangeland Conservation and Stewardship3
RS 312Rangeland Plant Identification Lab1
RS 432Rangeland Measurements and Monitoring2
Select a minimum of 4 credits from a minimum of 2 courses from the following:4
Rangeland Assessment
Wildland Ecosystems in a Changing World
Rangeland Herbivore Ecology and Management
Ecological Restoration
Program Total Credits:22

SOCR 240 and one of BZ 223 or NR 220 are recommended.