Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management
All students who earn a degree in NRM will learn:
- the science of applying ecological principles to problems in natural resources management
- the art of making decisions that benefit multiple stakeholders and use our natural resources sustainably
Our five areas of concentration offer students the opportunity to customize their degree and focus on their chosen field. They are:
- Wildlife Biology
- Aquatic & Fisheries Biology
- Ranch Management
- Range Conservation
- Conservation Science
- NRM Minor
Bachelor of Science in Conservation Law Enforcement
The new Bachelor of Science in Conservation Law Enforcement was developed cooperatively with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to provide a track which trains students to become game wardens. It incorporates an associate's degree in criminal justice from any eligible 2 year institution (e.g., South Plains College) with two years of coursework in Natural Resources Management at Texas Tech University. An internship with a law enforcement agency is required for this degree.
Dr. Robert Cox serves as advisor for all NRM students who choose the Conservation Law Enforcement path. Please feel free to contact us if you'd like to set up an appointment and find out if this program is right for you.
Department of Natural Resources Management
AddressGoddard Building, Texas Tech University, Box 42125, Lubbock TX 79409