Major to Career – Human Dimensions of Natural Resources

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The Human Dimensions of Natural Resources major prepares students to examine conservation issues through a multi-disciplinary lens that takes into account an issue’s political, socio-economic, and ecological dimensions. Students gain skills to see a conservation issue through the eyes of varied stakeholders, to understand perspectives of an issue that may be different than their own, and how to work effectively with others in order to collaboratively address environmental issues. The HDNR major prepares students for a variety of jobs in conservation, with an emphasis on jobs that require strong interpersonal skills, leading others, and collaborating with people with diverse insights and opinions.

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