Wildlife Certificate

My Academic Plan

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Program Description

This program is designed for students wanting to complete a one semester Certificate in Wildlife and enter the workforce. Students explore wildlife management, wildlife law enforcement, and the study of Colorado native wildlife. This certificate program covers theory, philosophy, and applications for the study and management of wildlife and fisheries resources. This program prepares the student for an entry-level career as a wildlife management specialist or technician.

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First Semester

NRE 2205Wildlife & Fisheries Management


NRE 1214Colorado Wildlife


ELECTIVE AQT 2008 or Any Wildlife Certificate Elective*


Total Credit Hours:9

Total Credit Hours: 9

Important Program Notes:

*Wildlife Certificate Electives: AQT 2008BIO 2121, BIO 2122, CHE 1011, CHE 1111, ENV 1111, FSW 1000, FSW 1001, FSW 1033, FSW 1043, GIS 1001, GIS 2010, GIS 2012, HLT 2140, NRE 1001, NRE 1110, NRE 1021, NRE 2000, NRE 2204, NRE 2015, NRE 2025, NRE 2030, NRE 2032, NRE 2245, NRE 2065, NRE 2078, NRE 2080, NRE 2085, REC 2010, REC 2011, or REC 2012.

This certificate can be completed over multiple semesters or in one semester in spring.