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Natural Resources - 62-63 credits

The goal of the Natural Resources Program is to provide skills for entry-level employment opportunities and continuation of education in forestry, fish and wildlife management, biology, water quality, soil conservation, and range conservation. The student will acquire a basic knowledge of natural resources, environmental issues and traditional cultural values.

Graduates will be able to:

Develop an appreciation for the natural resources that are used in our everyday lives.

Illustrate awareness towards the natural environment, and be able to articulate their role on a global scale.

Use critical thinking to identify and analyze environmental issues.

Develop an appreciation for earth processes.

Plan of Study
1st Year Fall Semester
BIOL 151 Gen Biology/Lab 4
GS 115 Freshman Seminar 1
NRS 105 Natural Resources Mgmt 3
NRS 112 Sampling Techniques 3
NRS Elective 3
WRIT 101 College Writing I 3
Total 17
1st Year Spring Semester
AIS 100 American Indian Studies 3
CHM 121/122 Chemistry/Lab 4
Elective NRS 3
SP 110 Public Speaking 3
WRIT 201 College Writing II 3
Total 16
2nd Year Fall Semester
AIS 150/155 Nakoda/ A'ani nin I Lang 3
M 121 College Algebra 4
NRS 210 Intro to GPS/GIS 3
Elective NRS 3
Total 13
2nd Year Spring Semester
BIOL 221 Botany 4
NRS 215 Environmental Science 3
STAT 220 Statistics 3
Elective Humanities or Fine Arts 3
Elective NRS 03/04
Total 16/17
Total Credits for Degree: 62/63

Natural Resources Electives:

Physical Geology
Principles of Forestry
Range Management
Fish & Wildlife Management
Intro to Soils


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