Department of Ecosystem Science and Management
The Department of Ecosystem Science and Management integrates rangeland ecology and watershed management, soil science, and entomology. Our students' education is enhanced by learning not only of their discipline but also how their discipline relates to others. Our research increasingly tackles the information gaps that are at the frontiers of science and management that lie in the connection between disciplines.
The Department offers MS and PhD degrees in Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management.
Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management offers you a unique opportunity to blend your rangeland ecology background with courses in wildland watershed management and hydrology. Rangeland resource managers spend much of their time working outside in addition to working in the lab and office. Wyoming's diverse rangeland, including plains, grasslands, mountains, deserts, foothills, and shrublands, provides abundant opportunities for study.
The Ph.D. program allows graduate students to use the research-oriented tools learned during a master's program to conduct research on a major question surrounding rangeland ecology and watershed management.
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