Natural Resource Management Undergraduate Academic Certificate

To complete the certificate, students must take a total of 24 credits from the courses listed in the program of study. All coursework must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.  With CNR certificate committee approval, students may transfer up to six credits of course work from another institution to count towards their certificate program.

Select 24 credits from the following courses:24
Rangeland Principles
Principles of Ecology
Wildland Plant Identification
Wildland Plant Identification Field Studies
Introduction to Wildland Restoration
Foundations of GIS
Systematic Botany
Environmental Hydrology
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Fuels Inventory and Management
Air Quality, Pollution, and Smoke
Forest Policy and Administration
GIS Application in Fire Ecology and Management
Principles of Vegetation Monitoring and Measurement
Wildland Habitat Ecology and Assessment
Landscape Ecology
Restoration Ecology
Integrated Rangeland Management
Rangeland Ecology
Conservation Biology
Total Hours24

Courses to total 24 credits for this certificate.