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  • Course ID Course Name T/B/G Credits Ck off Course ID Course Name T/B/G Credits Ck off Course ID Course Name T/B/G Credits Ck off

    ENGL 1500 Composition I G 3 BIOL 1510 Zoology G 3 BIOL 2300 Introduction to Limnology G 3

    FYEX 1010 First Year Success Strategies G 1 WILD 1300 Natural Resources Equipment T 1 NAFS 2700 Fisheries Management T 3

    GEOL 1350 Earth Science G 3 WILD 2900 Field Botany B 1

    NAFS 1000

    Natural Science Computer

    Applications B 1 *Arts &Humanities Elective G 3

    NAFS 1300 Soil Science B 2 *English Elective G 3

    WILD 1080 Field Skills T 2 *Mathematics Elective G 3

    WILD 1410 Botany B 2

    Total: 14 Total: 14 Total: 6

    31 Technical (T) = 31 Total Curriculum Hours = 62

    Course ID Course Name T/B/G Credits Ck off Course ID Course Name T/B/G Credits Ck off Course ID Course Name T/B/G Credits Ck off

    WILD 2170 Mammalogy T 1 COMM 2610 Public Speaking G 3 NAFS 2002 Seminar T 1

    WILD 2400 Field Entomology T 1 NAFS 2150 Geographic Information Systems T 3 *Technical Elective T 1

    WILD 2500 Wildlife Habitat Management T 3 WILD 2150 Field Ornithology T 1

    WILD 2540 Outdoor Area Construction T 2 WILD 2200 Field Herpetology T 1

    WILD 2570 Forestry T 3 WILD 2550 Field Biometry T 2

    WILD 2610

    Recreation, Law, Management and

    Policy T 2 WILD 2600 Ecology Capstone T 3

    WILD 2740 Nature Interpretation T 1

    Total: 13 Total: 13 Total: 2

    Fall II Spring II Summer II

    NOTE: Students must complete the computer literacy requirement in order to graduate which may be met through competency testing or completion of a program specific computer course.

    Refer to the degree audit and consult with the program advisor for the appropriate course(s) that meet the computer literacy requirement.

    *ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON REVERSE

    Spring I

    Wildlife Conservation (WILD)

    Hours

    Fall I

    Hours Curriculum Summary: General (G)/Basic (B) =

    Summer I

    Course of Study 2017-2018

  • HUMS 1020 Critical Thinking 3

    PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy 3

    PHIL 1020 Introduction to Ethics 3

    ENGL 2500 Composition II 3

    ENGL 2800 Professional Writing 3

    Mathematics Electives

    MATH 1340 College Algebra 4

    MATH 1650 Statistics 3

    Technical Electives

    NAFS 2001 Cooperative Work Experience 1

    WILD 2003 Wildlife Practicum 1

    Arts & Humanities Electives

    Wildlife Conservation (WILD)

    Course of Study 2017-2018

    English Electives

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