Conservation is a state of harmony between men and land.
– Aldo Leopold
Whether you see yourself teaching others about the joys and challenges of the natural world, guiding land use decisions in your community, or enforcing conservation laws, our programs can provide the tools for success. Majoring in Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management will prepare you 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.
Majors and minors available:
You can find a sample planning sheet, for each major, by clicking here
. The planning sheets outline suggested coursework by semester for each of the majors. You can also learn more by visiting the UWSP course catalog