Natural Resources Management
Are you ready to explore ways to protect and conserve natural resources? Lincoln provides research, science ad environmental hands-on experience.
Lincoln students protect and conserve natural resources and explore ways to manage the finite resources available. Students take classes in wildlife conservation, wetlands management and agricultural marketing. They also take classes focused on communication and education as outreach is a crucial part of the natural resources management.
Our faculty will cultivate your passion for conserving and sustaining the environment we live in and provide meaningful hands-on experience. You may be interested in scientific research and innovation to approach environmental challenges or you may want to explore sustainable agricultural practices.
You can prepare for your career in agriculture and learn by participating in innovative research projects. At Lincoln University, you will find well-equipped laboratories, as well as, practical experience at three of our farms. Lincoln's farms incorporate aquaculture, large and small ruminant production, greenhouses, vegetable and fruit producation, integrated pest managment and selected agronomic crops.
- Conservation officer
- Elementary or secondary educator*
- Environmental lawyer*
- Environmental protection agent
- Natural resource policy analyst*
- Park naturalist
- Peace Corps representative
- Plant scientist*
- Water resource specialist*
State-of-the-art farms and labs
Aquaculture Large and small ruminant production Greenhouses Vegetable and fruit production Integrated pest management Selected agronomic crops
- Geospatial Information Sciences
- Wildlife Management
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Irasema Steck, Administrative Assistant
219 Frank Hall
816 Chestnut Street
Jefferson City, MO 65101
P: 573-681-5380 F: 573-681-5955