Warner Rams don’t just study the environment in textbooks; they get their hands dirty through first-hand experience, learning directly from experts.
Our undergraduate and graduate degrees in natural resources and environmental sciences rival any college in the nation. From conserving wildlife to outdoor recreation to managing forests, our college is sustaining our environment on every level.
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, online and in-person. We offer advanced degrees ranging from traditional research-based degrees to professional degrees.
Study with us and learn how you can make a positive impact on your environment and in your community!
Warner College research and outreach advances environmental, physical, and social sciences, and supports natural resources management and conservation in Colorado and around the world.
Warner College of Natural Resources is committed to exemplifying and embodying Colorado State University’s Principles of Community: inclusion, integrity, respect, service, and social justice – and working diligently toward inclusive excellence.
We are actively working to diversify our programs, create an inclusive environment for all, and positively impact natural resources fields with regard to diversity and inclusion.
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