Enroll in the Natural Resources Program

The interdisciplinary Natural Resources Conservation and Management program at Walla Walla University prepares students for a wide variety of careers relating to the range of environmental issues facing our planet today.

Both the Environmental Science and Environmental Studies degrees provide direct access to career opportunities in the private or public sector or gives the basis for further education. The Natural Resources program at Walla Walla University prepares students for careers in air, water and land resource management, environmental economics, law or journalism, public policy, environmental science, or other sciences.

About the Classes

"The interdisciplinary Natural Resources Conservation and Management program seeks to develop an appreciation of the physical world and human impact upon it." Read more from the current bulletin and find out about the different classes in the program.

Marine Station at Rosario Beach

The Walla Walla University Marine Station is located on Rosario Beach, tucked away next to Deception Pass State Park in the northwest corner of Washington state. This is a great resource for our Evironmental Science students. Rosario property includes more than 40 acres of timberland, hills, wetlands, and beachfront on the beautiful Rosario Strait. From our cabins you can view the Straits of Juan de Fuca, the Olympic Mountains, Vancouver Island, and The San Juan Islands. Visit the Rosario Marine Station website at rosario.wallawalla.edu.

What About Financial Aid?

Would you like to know how much it would cost to join the Natural Resources program at Walla Walla University? Take a look at the Estimated Expenses page to get a general idea.

Page maintained by Ruwan Randeniya
Last update on January 13, 2011