Natural Resources and Environment
The sustainability of society and its environment require an interdisciplinary approach to making and implementing natural resource and environmental decisions. The natural resources and environment degree integrates knowledge in natural science, policy, economics and human values to advance the sustainable management of natural resources and agricultural systems. Students learn through a variety of approaches, including classroom instruction, hands-on laboratory experiences, and opportunities for internships and independent research under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Successful graduates will be qualified for employment in a broad range of private enterprise, government agencies and nonprofit organizations in the various natural resources fields, and will be well-equipped for graduate studies. The natural resources and environment minor strengthens students' degree programs by providing a broad introduction into how natural and social sciences, the humanities, and policy should be integrated in order to make well-founded decisions.
Minimum Requirements for Natural Resources and Environment Bachelor's Degree: 120 credits
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