Grasslands (including rangelands, pasturelands, and haylands) are the principal land resource type in the Great Plains, comprising more than 50% of the land surface area. The major use of the region's grasslands is livestock grazing. The beef cattle industry is prominent in the Great Plains, making up more than 50% of the U.S. beef cow inventory.
Grasslands in the region are also critically important for providing wildlife habitat, recreation, high quality water and air, and other environmental services. Grasslands represent a fundamental resource of the region that determines the environmental and economic future of the Great Plains states.An online Grassland Management certificate makes it possible to pursue the following careers:
The program is a 12-credit graduate certificate.Courses
Certificate titles vary by institution. Consult each institution for the certificate title as it will appear on the diploma.
Students select one university to be their "home institution", this is the university to which you apply, enroll and pay tuition. Students must meet the admissions requirements of the home institution. Contact the Campus Coordinator at the institution you wish to call "home" for more information.
|Kansas State University||Rachel Ohmes|
|University of Nebraska-Lincoln||Diane Wasser|
|North Dakota State University||Karen Murie|
|Oklahoma State University||Mary Ellen Givens|
|South Dakota State University||Theresa Ireland|
Review degree or certificate requirements and plan your courses for future semesters.Course Information
Information regarding program courses, including descriptions, contacts, and textbooks.