Agriculture Department


Range Management

Associate of Science

The range management specialization is designed for agriculture students who wish to transfer into Range Science, Rangeland Ecology, or Renewable Resource programs. It includes courses in applied plant, soil, and animal science. Graduates find positions in land management, range livestock management, and wildlife management.

Sample Careers:

  • Range land management specialist
  • Grazing management consultant
  • Landscape technician
  • Government employee (Natural Resources Conservation Service, Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Labor Statistics)

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Micah Humphreys
Associate Professor of Agroecology and Range Management