Do you enjoy the outdoors? Would you like to learn about conducting environmental research and how to apply your knowledge and skills to real-world issues? Will you come to class prepared to work both mentally and physically? Does hands-on work with wildlife interest you? If you have answered "yes" to the questions above then the Natural Resource Management program may be right for you.
Natural Resource Management is an extremely diverse field that includes all careers that focus on the conservation of the Earth's renewable resources. The goal of all natural resource managers is to conserve the global and local environment in perpetuity. Only through sound scientific research will this be possible. Environmental careers are among those projected to experience considerable growth in the coming decades. The Bristol County Agricultural High School Natural Resource Management program provides a broad introduction to various environmental fields and is delivered by instructors with professional experience in wildlife biology and outdoor recreation.
As an NRM major you will take the following courses:
The following are some of the colleges and universities that graduates of the NRM program have attended. Many other colleges and universities offer related degrees.