Build your knowledge base and understanding of how to review scientific information; analyze, interpret and explain data; develop and communicate strategies and plans; and make complex decisions in order to successfully manage and conserve fish and wildlife resources.
Enhance your ability to empower people through sustainable community development.
The programs listed here are offered through the Division of Continuing Education. For a complete listing of all CSU programs offered on campus in Fort Collins, please visit Admissions for all undergraduate programs or the Graduate School for all graduate programs.
Why Choose CSU?
[The Integrated Resources Management] program provides the opportunities for a new kind of manager. We can't just teach you like a normal, traditional disciplinary program anymore. It has to be from a holistic approach. We have to be able to look at business, animals, people, land management, stewardship, conservation — that's the key to this program, and that's our primary objective: helping new managers, training new managers to be able to acquire those skills.