Integrated Conservation Analysis Option
This option is offered within the following major(s):
Students pursuing this option will learn to recognize, understand, analyze and evaluate complex natural resource problems through a cross disciplinary approach. They will contribute to finding solutions to these critical issues by developing depth of knowledge in a disciplinary focus and by preparing to work on cross disciplinary teams. Students will learn to communicate their findings effectively to diverse groups and apply conflict resolution, leadership, and collaboration skills effectively.
Option Code: 735
|NR 325||SCIENTIFIC METHODS FOR ANALYZING NATURAL RESOURCE PROBLEMS||3|
|NR 202||NATURAL RESOURCE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS||3|
|NR 312||CRITICAL THINKING FOR NATURAL RESOURCE CHALLENGES||3|
|NR 351||*WHEN SCIENCE ESCAPES THE LAB: SCIENCE AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3|
|Resource Economics (3-4 credits)|
|Select one course from the following that is most applicable to the disciplinary focus:||3-4|
|*NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS AND POLICY|
|*ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY|
|RURAL DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS AND POLICY|
|FOREST RESOURCE ECONOMICS I|
|ECONOMICS AND POLICY OF FOREST WILDLAND FIRE|
|ECONOMICS OF RECREATION AND TOURISM|
|Select a minimum of 25 credits||25|
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
- Students will select an area of study for disciplinary depth from Policy, Social Science/Human Dimensions or an Ecological discipline.
- Students will be required to submit an academic plan for completion of the option which will be approved by the Natural Resources Program Director. The academic plan must include a minimum of 20 upper-division courses.
Option Code: 735