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Message from the Director

The Ranch Management Program is uniquely designed to train students to meet the challenges of agricultural resource management. In the rapidly expanding job market for agricultural resource managers there are opportunities in many areas including commodity investment, agricultural marketing, international trade, as well as ranch management.  Our goal at the Ranch Management Program is to prepare individuals to help shape the future of agricultural asset management.The faculty at the Ranch Management Program is dedicated to teaching the principles of managing soils, water, plants, animals, marketing, finance and people as they relate to the agricultural resources. The curriculum is designed to teach agricultural resource management by combining academics and practical experience.  Our faculty strives daily to prepare individuals for a lifetime of productive and rewarding work.The Ranch Management Program is challenging and requires dedication, hard work, careful study and pride in one’s profession.  I invite you to take a moment to explore our website and see what opportunities await you at the TCU Ranch Management Program.  If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at ranching@tcu.edu or by phone at 817-257-7145.

Kerry L. Cornelius
Director
Burnett Ranches Professor