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Natural Resources-Forest Resource Management, BAS

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186 Credits

The Bachelors of Applied Science in Forest Resource Management degree prepares students to directly enter employment in several Natural Resources areas. By developing academic skills in mathematics, science, English, humanities, and natural resource courses, the student can apply directly for jobs in natural resources management, forest engineering, water quality or wildlife biology.

Track 1: Sampling and Assessment

Track 2: Forestry Operations

Entry Requirements:

To enter this program, students must have completed a minimum of a two-year associate degree in forestry or related field.  Students who have completed some college coursework but do not have an associate degree or higher are encouraged to meet with academic advisor in the Natural Resources department to develop an educational plan to prepare for entry into the program.

Students must attain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 prior to entry into the BAS degree path.

Students must complete and submit an entry application and be accepted into the program before registering for any upper-division (300- and 400-level) courses.

The following courses or their equivalents are critical to your success in the program and contain foundational knowledge upon which upper-division courses in natural resources build.  Prior completion of these courses is required for entry into the BAS:

Program Coordinator: Jessyka Williams, jrwilliams@greenriver.edu

Program Website: Natural Resources | https://greenriver.edu/forestry

Graduation Requirement

Completion of an associate degree or higher from a regionally accredited college or university.


General Education Requirements (60 credits)

Mathematics (5 credits)

Natural Science: (10 credits)

Ten credits of any Natural Science List A or List B courses from Natural Science Distribution  list with a minimum of 5 credits from List A.

Suggested courses include:

Humanities (20 credits)

Twenty credits of any courses from Humanities/Fine Arts/English Distribution  list.

Social Science (10 credits)

Any course that satisfies a Social Science Distribution  requirement.

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