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|
|Principles of Ecology|
|Wildland Plant Identification|
|Wildland Plant Identification Field Studies|
|Introduction to Wildland Restoration|
|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|
|Integrated Rangeland Management|
Courses to total 24 credits for this certificate.