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Conservation in action

Finding solutions to natural resource challenges around the globe.

 

Research. Education. Outreach.

We put science to work to understand how ecosystems respond to natural and human pressures, as well as help create and maintain healthy and sustainable ecological systems in arid and semi-arid regions around the world. The School of Natural Resources and the Environment offers invaluable opportunities in and out of the classroom, engaging students in real-world experiences through state-of-the-art facilities, like the Santa Rita Experimental Range and the University of Arizona Biosphere 2.

#42


One of the Top 42 Global Universities for Environment/Ecology

– U.S. News & World Report 2021

$66,350


Median Annual Salary for Wildlife Biologists

– U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Tuition Savings


Non-Arizona residents from 20 states and territories may qualify for tuition savings in the B.S. in Natural Resources

– Western Undergraduate Exchange Tuition Savings Program

Explore What We Have to Offer

Whether you aspire to develop sustainable natural resource management strategies, conserve wildlife habitats or study the intricate ecosystems of our planet, we'll provide you with the knowledge and tools to make a difference.

Undergraduate Programs

News, breakthroughs and profiles in science

Explore the work we're doing to put science to work to solve real-world problems.

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Learn how you can be at the forefront of tackling pressing environmental challenges while making a meaningful impact on our planet's future.