The College of Agricultural Sciences at the University of Delaware has an excellent faculty and physical facility well positioned to educate students for managing the world's natural resources (air, land, water, pants, animals, etc.) into the next century. The college offers a variety of traditional, discipline specific undergraduate majors in five academic departments. A faculty committee worked for more than two years to formulate a new major with an interdisciplinary approach. The result is a new major, Natural Resource Management, which began admitting freshman students in the Fall of 1997. This paper will discuss the creation of the Natural Resource Management major.
Hastings, Steven E. and Aniunas, Karen Roth
"Natural resource management - the creation of a new interdisciplinary major at the University of Delaware,"
Natural Resources and Environmental Issues: Vol. 7
, Article 16.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/nrei/vol7/iss1/16