Why Study Conservation Management?
Upper Iowa University has a highly respected Conservation Management program. You will experience excellent academic and hands-on preparation for employment in county, state, and federal government conservation agencies as well as non-governmental organizations and with private consultants. You have the option to obtain a Conservation Management degree while at the same time obtaining a minor in biology, earth science, or criminal justice. Or you can choose to work toward accreditation to become nationally certified as an associate wildlife biologist through the Wildlife Society.
At UIU, you are given multiple opportunities to apply the skills that you have gained in the classroom to field internships, community conservation projects, and your own senior research project. Obtaining a Conservation Management degree at Upper Iowa University enables you to pursue various career paths including graduate school, law enforcement, biological and field technician, naturalist, and ranger positions.
Check out Upper Iowa's Conservation Management students in action here!