This program provides required coursework for students interested in pursuing a career in natural resource management. The program acquaints students with the physical, biological, and social sciences, as well as the humanities. The curriculum provides a basis of general education and scientific-professional courses addressing the use of forests, rangelands, and related natural resources.
Completion of the following courses results in an associate degree with an area of emphasis in Forestry/Wildlife/Range Management. The required coursework normally fulfills the first half of baccalaureate degree requirements in natural resource management for a variety of disciplines, including Forestry, Wildlife, Fisheries, Range Management, etc. Course selection should be tailored to match requirements defined by the intended transfer institution.