Degree Requirements

The challenging and rapidly evolving field of resource conservation requires broad training and the ability to integrate and communicate across disciplines.  All Resource Conservation students take a common core of courses emphasizing natural and social sciences, oral and written communication, quantitative and spatial skills, and ethics. Students then have the flexibility to specialize within the major by taking additional coursework in areas of interest.  Students can select a track below or design their own emphasis under the guidance of a faculty advisor.

Requirements in UM catalog

Required Core Curriculum

Tracks (Areas of Emphasis within the Major)