As a student in CSU's online integrated resource management master's program, you receive the same education, learn from the same faculty, and earn the same regionally accredited degree as students on campus. Additionally, you can expect:
- A Program with a Strong Legacy: Our integrated resource management degree is offered by CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences, an academic entity that has thrived since the University’s founding in 1870. The College has produced, and continues to produce, leaders capable of solving local and global challenges in agriculture.
- A One-of-a-Kind Program: Be a part of the only online graduate program of its kind in the country. Learn to manage animal, land, and natural resources to drive long-term sustainability solutions while maintaining profitability.
- A Multidisciplinary Approach: Our agriculture master’s degree is supported by three colleges and combines each of their expertise into the curriculum. This fusion of disciplines prepares you to understand how all agricultural resource systems work together and how they apply to a management setting.
- Instruction from Expert Faculty: Learn from faculty with a wealth of research and industry knowledge in the fields of agricultural business, range, animal science, land and resource management, and human resources.
- An Individualized Plan of Study: Design a plan of study with the support of your advisor that tailors coursework to your desired career path and personal interests.
- A Diverse Learning Community: Earn your master’s in agriculture with classmates from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds. Gain a more diverse perspective on issues faced in agriculture while building an extended professional network.
- An Experiential Learning Opportunity: Explore a work sector of interest to you through a required internship. Apply the knowledge you’ve acquired in the online classroom while gaining valuable industry-relevant experience.
- Training in Critical Thought: Participate in real-world case studies that demonstrate how even similar problems experienced by agricultural businesses require customized problem-solving. Learn to create specific solutions that recognize characteristics unique to each situation and organization.
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