Wildlife Conservation (WILD) Course of Study 2017-2018 ? WILD 2500 Wildlife Habitat Management T 3

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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 offENGL 1500 Composition I G 3 BIOL 1510 Zoology G 3 BIOL 2300 Introduction to Limnology G 3FYEX 1010 First Year Success Strategies G 1 WILD 1300 Natural Resources Equipment T 1 NAFS 2700 Fisheries Management T 3GEOL 1350 Earth Science G 3 WILD 2900 Field Botany B 1NAFS 1000Natural Science Computer Applications B 1 *Arts &Humanities Elective G 3NAFS 1300 Soil Science B 2 *English Elective G 3WILD 1080 Field Skills T 2 *Mathematics Elective G 3WILD 1410 Botany B 2Total: 14 Total: 14 Total: 631 Technical (T) = 31 Total Curriculum Hours = 62Course 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 offWILD 2170 Mammalogy T 1 COMM 2610 Public Speaking G 3 NAFS 2002 Seminar T 1WILD 2400 Field Entomology T 1 NAFS 2150 Geographic Information Systems T 3 *Technical Elective T 1WILD 2500 Wildlife Habitat Management T 3 WILD 2150 Field Ornithology T 1WILD 2540 Outdoor Area Construction T 2 WILD 2200 Field Herpetology T 1WILD 2570 Forestry T 3 WILD 2550 Field Biometry T 2WILD 2610Recreation, Law, Management and Policy T 2 WILD 2600 Ecology Capstone T 3WILD 2740 Nature Interpretation T 1Total: 13 Total: 13 Total: 2Fall II Spring II Summer IINOTE: 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 IWildlife Conservation (WILD)Hours Fall IHours Curriculum Summary: General (G)/Basic (B) =Summer ICourse of Study 2017-2018 HUMS 1020 Critical Thinking 3PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy 3PHIL 1020 Introduction to Ethics 3ENGL 2500 Composition II 3ENGL 2800 Professional Writing 3Mathematics ElectivesMATH 1340 College Algebra 4MATH 1650 Statistics 3Technical ElectivesNAFS 2001 Cooperative Work Experience 1WILD 2003 Wildlife Practicum 1Arts & Humanities ElectivesWildlife Conservation (WILD)Course of Study 2017-2018 English ElectivesPage 2

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