Accessible Navigation. Go to: Navigation Main Content Footer
Find us on facebook Watch the College of Forestry and Conservation's You Tube channel View the College of Forestry and Conservation's photos on Flickr

Curriculum Requirements

All students majoring in Resource Conservation must complete the following requirements - view curriculum requirements (pdf)

In addition, students can select an area of study, combine several areas, or design their own program (with a faculty advisor) based on their interests and professional goals.

Areas of Study

Climate and Envionrmental Change (pdf)

Ecology of Terrestrial Ecosystems (pdf)

Environmental Policy and Resources Planning (pdf)

International Conservation (pdf)

Natural Resource Economics (pdf)

Range Management and Grassland Ecology  (pdf)

Sustainable Livelihoods and Community Conservation  (pdf)

Watershed Hydrology (pdf)

Wilderness Studies (pdf)

Wildland Fire Management (pdf)