£554 per credit
Utah State University is the only public university in the state that offers advanced degrees in range science, and it is the only university in the state with a college of natural resources. As a land-grant institution, USU is committed to educating students and preparing them for work in conservation and preservation of range lands. Students in this program study the science and application of ecology principles in rangeland environments. While the focus of range sciences at USU is primarily on the rangelands of the Great Basin, students will receive a broad background in various subjects in rangeland ecosystems. Students can study specific areas related to rangeland science, such as vegetation management, animal behavior, and restoration of rangelands.
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