Degrees type: Associate, Bachelor

Main Campus

Interested in the environment? Curious about the various ecological issues facing our globe? Looking for a job in renewable energy, restoration, conservation, as a park ranger or with the DCNR?

A degree in natural resource management from Mount Aloysius College will help you along your path.

This degree, which you can complete in as little as two years, prepares students for their careers by helping them understand a mixture of biology, ecology, and management practices.

Program Highlights

  • Associates or Bachelors Degree options

  • 2+2 Pathway

Three students in the woods doing research

Learn Beyond the Classroom with Hands-On Fieldwork

Lake Inventory

Students travel to a local lake, where they use seine netting to perform lake inventory.

Animal Conservation

Students installed bat boxes at a local park and on campus to assist with the conservation of the local bat population.

Study Insect-Borne Disease

Students harvest ticks in the woods on-campus for research into Lyme disease.

Water Quality Assessments

Students get to travel to a local abandoned mine drainage field to assess and test the water quality in the area.

Mountie Spotlight

Skipping the Test

Dedication to her education allowed Saige to skip the MCATs.

Mountie Spotlight

Dental Inspiration

Brady, '16, discovered his career as a kid, and found his path at MAC.

Mountie Spotlight

Ready for Pharmacy

Amanda, ‘18, feels her success is because of her experiences at MAC.

Mountie Spotlight

Name That Plant

Leanne appreciated the beauty of MAC’s campus and wanted to educate her peers on the environment that surrounds them!

Watch a video with Dr. John Whitlock, a professor in the science and mathematics department, talking about new biology opportunities at the Mount.

Watch a video with Dr. Merrilee Anderson, a professor in the science and mathematics department, talking about earth day.

Watch a video with Dr. Merrilee Anderson, a professor in the science and mathematics department, talking about the living classroom.

Watch a video with alum Patrick McKee talking about learning sustainability at the Mount.

Watch Dr. John Whitlock, a professor in the science and mathematics department, discuss sauropods.

Watch a video about what to expect when visiting Mount Aloysius.

Related Programs

Upcoming Admissions Events

Still have questions?

A member of the admissions team would love to get connected with you!

Admissions Office

Main Administration Building
7373 Admiral Peary Highway
Cresson, PA 16630