Skip to main content
Bachelor of Science
Fisheries, Range and Wildlife Management: Range (B.S.)
In this degree, you will work mainly outdoors in collecting data and analyzing the effects of different things related to the range. This includes livestock, range ecosystem, and working with some aspects of wildlife.
At the Livestock Center, a BYU-Idaho student stands in front of cattle and smiles.
Make a Difference
Careers in this field are mainly in the outdoors and work with helping ecosystems stay in balance with each other, checking that livestock is properly cared for and so much more. In this career, you will make sure that the different aspects of the range stay healthy and it’s able to continue growing and prospering.

*With coursework requirements designed to meet State and Federal hiring prerequisites, and to prepare students for graduate studies.

Highlighted Career Paths

Graduates with a degree in Range Management have a wide array of rewarding careers before them. Check out some of the top careers students get with this degree or explore more career options in I-Plan.
Rangeland Conservationist
Work in analyzing the conditions of range resources and find solutions to management problems. Study and report on what’s happening with the range in local areas.
Livestock Production Consultant
Is involved in most aspects of livestock. This includes overseeing livestock activities, such as breeding, maintaining, and shipping livestock. Also makes sure that the different livestock procedures are following government regulations.
Rangeland Ecologist
A rangeland ecologist works manly with the ecosystem of range, such as vegetation, water, and wildlife. They manage these different areas to guarantee everything is working together and there are no inconsistencies or diseases that break out.

Related Majors