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2021-2022 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management

Requirements for a Major in Natural Resources Management

Completion of at least 36 NRM course credits, including:

Students must select additional NRM courses from each of the following competency areas:

Analytical

Complete at least three credits from the following courses:

Upper-level Resource Management

Complete at least 10 credits from the following courses:

Complete remaining NRM elective courses to total at least 36 credits.

NRM Cognate Requirements

Completion of at least 35-36 course credits:

Complete one of the following plant identification courses:

Limits

B.S. Degree Requirements

The Bachelor of Science degree in natural resources management requires the following three courses:

Minors and Certificates (optional)

All NRM majors are encouraged to complete a minor or certificate that complements their coursework in the NRM major. Examples include the biology minor, environmental studies minor, or geographic information systems technology certificate. Students may also complete additional NRM courses as electives.

Associate Wildlife Biologist Certification

Students who intend to pursue a career in wildlife biology and management are encouraged to complete the necessary coursework for certification by The Wildlife Society (wildlife.org) as an associate wildlife biologist. This coursework will also prepare students for entry-level positions in wildlife biology/management or entry into graduate school.

The curriculum is designed to provide a skill set based on a broad scientific knowledge, understanding of natural resource management principles, and communication skills. This base along with the hands-on skills learned in classes prepares students for a successful career as wildlife professionals. A sampling of wildlife career options can be found at wildlife.org.

Wildlife Society certification is a professional track rather than an academic emphasis. For a recommended schedule of courses to complete the certification, please see a regular NRM faculty advisor.

Suggested Order of Coursework

Year One

Year Two

Year Three

Year Four

Natural Resources Management Program Description

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