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BIOL-251

Principles of Range Resources Management

Credit(s): 2

BIOL 251 studies the development of range use, range resource management, rangeland vegetation types, current management issues, and the relationship of grazing use with other land uses and values. It does not satisfy a laboratory science requirement for an associate degree. Lecture: 2 hours per week
Prerequisites: Complete BIOL-100 or BIOL-115 with a grade of C- or better.

BUSA-211

Principles of Management

Credit(s): 3

BUSA 211 provides an overview of theories and practices of management. Topic areas include the evolution and scope of management and the universal functions of management including planning, organizing, directing, staffing, controlling, coordinating, and delegating. Emphasis is also placed on the art of negotiating, leadership skills, team performance and productivity, and creative problem solving. This course fosters an awareness of the operational skills and administrative activities of managers, and it also helps in upgrading management skills. Prior completion of other courses is not required. Lecture: 3 hours per week