Community thinking. Making connections.
Come as you are. Let’s get you where you want to go! A community atmosphere provides the resources and mentorship you need to develop independent scholarship and critical thought for 21st century natural resource challenges.
All majors and minors in the Forest and Rangeland Stewardship Department ensure you will be at the forefront of advancing well-established fields that improve the sustainability and resilience of forest and rangeland ecosystems.
Our stewardship covers close to 75 percent of the earth’s land surface. What resource speaks to you? We’ll help you learn that language.
Can you see yourself here?
Our students come straight from high school, transfer from another university, return after a hiatus, serve our country, seek a career change, are the first to attend college in their family, hail from rural towns or big cities, and/or call another country home.
These graduating seniors found what they were looking for.
We expect you will too.
Explore our Majors
All degrees awarded are Bachelor of Science degrees.
Forest and Rangeland Stewardship
Choose a concentration and gain the versatility to study and manage lands that cover much of the earth.
- Forest Biology Concentration
- Forest Fire Science Concentration
- Forest Management Concentration
- Rangeland and Forest Management Concentration
- Rangeland Conservation and Management Concentration
From wildlands to urban lands, learn how to restore and rehabilitate altered ecosystems using natural processes and human intervention.
Natural Resources Management
Discover the interconnecting values nature and society share and design sustainable solutions for modern natural resource challenges. A minor is required for this degree.
Fire and Emergency Services Administration
Looking to climb the career ladder? Lead your field into the future of emergency response with this online degree.
One Alumna Found Her Research Niche
Explore our Minors
Minors are open to all CSU students.
The world is waiting for you!
Our alumni work both inside and outside in their stewardship. A few recent graduates sent us selfies of the projects and places in their current stewardship.