Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management (BA)
Majoring in Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management will prepare student for the professions that bring people and the environment together. Students and faculty in this discipline focus their studies on the interactions of humans with their environment and the ways that citizens can best be educated to make decisions about those interactions. This major provides a solid basis for graduate level education in law or natural resource management and policy.
There are courses in resource and ecological economics, physical environment (fisheries, foresty, wildlife), social sciences such as philosophy, political science, and sustainability science.