About Cultural and Natural Resource Management

Students in the Cultural and Natural Resource Management focus on the interactions of people and nature. One of emphasis areas is on how to sustainably maintain natural areas for the enjoyment of people, providing access while caring for our natural resources.  Students in this degree typically seek employment in federal, state, and municipal agencies as park rangers or naturalists, park planners, facility managers, and outdoor recreation planners, to name a few. 

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About Cultural and Natural Resource Management

As the only accredited program in the state of Minnesota, the RPLS Bachelor of Science degree prepares students to enter the field of Resource Management (RM).