Dec 08, 2023
This major is administered by the Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management Discipline.
PLEASE NOTE: Entry of new students into this B.S. program has been suspended as of Fall 2020.
Program Learning Outcomes
As a graduate of a Resource Management Program, you will be able to:
- Effectively communicate with your public(s)
- Demonstrate environmental awareness/literacy
- Exhibit professional development skills relevant to your particular major option
- Read, interpret, and analyze social science research in natural resource management
- Explain the role of leadership, administration, and evaluation for natural resource agencies and organizations
- Develop confidence in the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to perform as a professional in your chosen option within Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management.
Consists of a minimum of 96 credits.
Resource Management Core, 33-34 credits
Natural Resources courses, 23 credits
Field Techniques in Natural Resources, 7-8 credits
Summer Field Experience, 7 credits
European Summer Program, 8 credits
Wildland Fire Science, 69-70 credits
Science, math, and natural environment core, 30 credits
Measurements and Analysis, 6 credits
Fire Science core, 15 credits
Advanced Biology and Ecology, 18-19 credits
Take remaining 6 credits from
Approved Wildland Fire Science Experience
One summer of an adviser approved wildland fire science experience:
- an independent research project (1-3 credits of NRES 499 )
- an internship (1-3 credits of NRES 381 ), or
- an adviser-approved in-field employment experience.