Environmental & Natural Resources Management B.Tech.

Students laying out a water bar

Planning for a sustainable environment.

With the growing challenges to our natural environment come rising opportunities to sustainably manage and protect our natural resources.

If you value our natural resources and want to help sustain them, you’ll find the training to do so in SUNY Morrisville’s Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degree program in environmental & natural resources management.

The program allows you to choose from the natural resources conservation track or the aquaculture & aquatic science track and earn your associate degree along the way, or transfer in with a related degree from another institution. 

With a strong field-based curriculum during the first two years, upper division courses include natural resources planning, adaptive management, geospatial analysis and communications. The program is capped off with a unique 15-credit, 600-hour internship requirement that provides you with invaluable experience and professional contacts, and enhances your résumé.

When you graduate, you’ll be prepared for jobs in planning and managing in natural resources conservation, soil and water conservation, environmental science, environmental technology, wetland management and aquaculture & aquatic science.

Enhance your college experience through the Outdoor Recreation Club (ORC), which provides a variety of fun and adventurous outdoor recreational activities.

Nick Shaw

Renewable Resource Technology Student Nick Shaw talks about being a teaching assistant and walks us through the Introduction to Forestry Lab practical exam.
  • Natural Resources Conservation
  • Aquaculture & Aquatic Science
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Top Job Titles for this Program

These are the job titles you are most likely to see listings for when graduating from this program.

  • Environmental Specialist
  • Firefighter
  • Arborist
  • Ranger
  • Technician
  • Environmental Planner
  • Environmental Protection Specialist
  • Fire Control Specialist
  • Forester
  • Fish and Wildlife Technician

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