Warner College of Natural Resources students don't just study the environment in textbooks; they get dirty, get first-hand experience, and they have been doing it for over 100 years! Experiential education is the foundation of our programs, because to study the outdoors, you have to get outdoors.
The wide range of undergraduate degrees in natural resources and environmental sciences rivals any college in the nation. From conserving wildlife to outdoor recreation to managing forests, our college is involved in sustaining our world on every level.
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Earn an advanced degree from one of the nation's leading environmental science and natural resources colleges. Fields of study in physical, biological, and social sciences revolving around the most critical environmental issues of our time are available in a variety of formats, both for traditional research-based degrees as well as professional degrees.
Warner College research and outreach advances environmental, physical, and social sciences, and supports natural resources management and conservation in Colorado and around the world.
Professor Ellen Wohl, a geosciences professor specializing in fluvial science and geomorphology, is now a University Distinguished Professor. Wohl has made a formative impact on…