Wildlife and Outdoor Enterprise Management (WOEM)

wloemMeghan"This program prepares me to make a living doing something I truly love. It gives me a chance to follow my dreams – to introduce future generations to the outdoors and continue traditions passed on by other outdoorsmen."

BJ Finney,
Andale, Kansas

Wildlife and Outdoor Enterprise Management (WOEM) is the first bachelor of science degree to train professional operations managers for hunting/shooting preserves and resorts, gamebird production companies, fishing resorts and outdoor experience companies that offer trail riding, nature study, bird-watching, backcountry hiking, and camping.

Possible careers

Graduates will be prepared to manage many types of recreational enterprises.
• hunting preserves and controlled shooting areas
• gamebird production companies
• hunting resorts/outfitter companies
• guide service companies
• big game production companies
• shooting-sports facilities
• fishing/hunting resorts
• outdoor adventure companies

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Transfer Equivalency Information

Advanced Placement Information

Further Information

The classes you are required to take for an Agricultural Education major are outlined in the complete curriculum guide.

Wildlife and Outdoor Enterprise Management Curriculum Guide

For additional information, contact:

Thomas D. Warner, Ph.D., Professor
Wildlife and Outdoor Enterprise Management;
Horticulture, Forestry and Recreation Resources
Phone: 785-532-1412
E-mail: twarner@ksu.edu