Welcome to the Grazing Livestock Systems (GLS) undergraduate degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. We're glad you're here, and hope you will spend a few minutes exploring the site and learning about the opportunities for students whose career interests involve the production of livestock utilizing forage, pasture and range as the principal feed resources.
Click Grazing Livestock Systems to learn more about the degree program.
The Grazing Livestock Systems degree is coordinated and administered by the Center for Grassland Studies on the university's East Campus. GLS students are advised by faculty members in the Department of Animal Science, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, and Department of Agricultural Economics.
General questions about the degree from prospective students or the general public may be directed to the Center for Grassland Studies (see "Contact Us" below).
- Ranch Management
- Natural Resources
- Cooperative Extension (Educator or Researcher)
- Financial Institutions
- Conservation Agencies (Range Conservationist, Grazing Specialist)
- Real Estate