£460 per credit
The grassland management graduate certificate program requires 12 credit hours of course work and provides students with expertise in managing grasslands, the principle resource of the Great Plains.
Grasslands comprise more than 50 percent of the land surface area in the Great Plains, with livestock grazing being its major use. Grasslands are important for providing wildlife habitat, recreation, high quality water and air and other environmental services.
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