Programs > Natural Resources Associate of Science Degree

Natural Resources major leads to the Associate in Science degree and prepares the student for transfer to a four-year institution. Students completing the baccalaureate program or graduate work may be hired in the major or allied fields as a conservationist, timber harvester, game warden, pollution analyst, naturalist, site selection consultant, ecologist, waste control specialist, resource development specialist or energy conservation specialist.

Term Effective Spring 2004
Required Courses
Course Title Units
BIO 200 Concepts of Biology 3.0
BIO 201 Concepts of Biology Lab 1.0
BIO 255 Botany 5.0
BIO 257 Zoology 5.0
GEL 201 Geology (3 Units) 0.0
GEL 202 Geology Laboratory (1 Unit) 0.0
GEO 206 Physical Geography or GEL 201 and GEL 202 4.0
NRS 200 Environmental Science 3.0

Total Required Units 21.0


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