Forest & Wildlife Management
In this program, you will gain an understanding of natural resource management and conservation, environmental law and economics, and forest and wildlife ecology. This program utilizes a100-acre registered tree farm as a laboratory for operating forest management equipment, and for managing and studying forest ecosystems. Forest & Wildlife Management graduates are well prepared to gain entry level work or to continue their education at the postsecondary level in forest and wildlife management, or environmental science and conservation.
This CTE program is available at:
Sample Career Pathways for Forest & Wildlife Mgt Program Graduates (Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics)
|Job Title||Projected Job Growth Through 2028||Average Yearly Salary|
|Environmental Science & Protection Technician||3,200||$46,540|
|Environmental Engineering Tech||1,500||$50,620|