Natural Resources Certificate

My Academic Plan

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Program Description

This program is designed for students wanting to complete a one semester Certificate in Natural Resources and enter the workforce. Students explore GIS, forest science principles, range land, wildlife, and fisheries management. This certificate program builds on the Forestry certificate and covers theory, philosophy, and applications for study and management of wildlife and fisheries resources. Field and laboratory methods are introduced. This program prepares students for entry-level careers in a variety of natural resources, forestry, wildlife and fisheries settings.

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First Semester

GIS 1001Introduction to Geographic Information Systems


NRE 1100Foundations of Forestry


NRE 2205Wildlife & Fisheries Management


NRE 2204Range Management & Restoration


NRE 1021Introduction to Hydrology


Total Credit Hours:16

Total Credit Hours: 16

Important Program Notes:

NRE 2204 is offered only in the fall. This certificate can be completed in one semester if taken in the fall semester.