- Recommended for students interested in professional careers with natural resources planning and management agencies (e.g., BLM, CDOW, USFS, USFWS) in addition to regional resources associations (e.g., water users' associations) requiring significant facility with principles of resources use and planning and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
- Degree Requirements
- Completion of requirements for a bachelor's degree, including general education requirements, 120 credits of acceptable coursework, and at least 42 upper-division credits.
- A minimum of 120 academic (non-PE) semester hours of credit.
- At least 42 academic credits must be upper division (300- to 400-level).
- A cumulative scholastic average of 2.0.
- General education courses must be completed with an average GPA of at least 2.0.
- All general education, major, minor, area of concentration, or teacher licensure requirements must be satisfied.
- All students must demonstrate writing proficiency by the end of the sophomore year.
- No D grade may apply to a major or minor field.
- Completion of the following required courses:
- Completion of required support courses:
- A minimum 15 credits from the following:
- A minimum 10 credits from the following: