Colorado State University
The Warner College of Natural Resources offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs that focus on critical environmental management problems. The college’s natural resources programs engage students in hands-on learning experiences based on the very latest scientific information. Many undergraduates have the opportunity to participate in internationally recognized college research programs.
The college is one of the largest in the country with approximately 1,000 undergraduate students, 300 graduate students, 63 tenure-track academic faculty and about 500 scientists, researchers, support staff and student employees. Programs are broad, ranging from tourism and watershed management to conservation biology and ecosystem science. Coursework takes students to some of the most spectacular natural areas in Colorado under the guidance of professors who are among the most knowledgeable and experienced in their fields.
Departments and Programs
Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
Department of Forest Rangeland Watershed Stewardship
Department of Geosciences
Department of Natural Resource Recreation and Tourism
Peace Corps Master's International Program
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