All students majoring in Resource Conservation must fulfill the requirements of the College of Forestry and Conservation. These are the requirements:
- COMM 111A Speech (3 cr.) OR Drama 111A Acting for Non-Majors (3 cr.)
- BIO 108/109 Principles of Biology (5 cr.) OR BIO 120N Botany (3 cr.)
- FOR 200 Forestry Resident Camp (2 cr.)
- FOR 330 Forest Ecology (3 cr.)
- RECM 370S Cons. of Wild OR FOR 422W Natural Resource Policy (3 cr.)
- FOR 480 Project Design & Analysis
Please note that CHEM 151N, General Chemistry (3 cr.), and FOR 210N, Soils (3 cr.) are prerequisites for FOR 330, Forest Ecology (3 cr.).
The College requires a minimum of three quantitative courses. You can choose a minimum of three from the following list: CS 172, BADM 201, FOR 201, PSYC 220, SOC 202, WBIO 240, ANTH 381, Math 117, Math 121, Math 150 or a math course higher.
Also, Resource Conservation majors need a total of 36 traditional letter-graded semester credits in the College of Forestry and Conservation (any course with a FOR, RECM, or WBIO prefix counts).
And, Resource Conservation majors must meet all of the General Education requirements of the University of Montana.