NRES 285 CHT - Field Experience - Wildlife Cons., Habitat, Track
Field based course that exposes students to procedures and methods used in various resource settings in a hands-on manner. Includes weekly field trips to visit representative natural resource and environmental science settings with supporting laboratory exercises. Content of offerings vary by section, but all focus on resource management, environmental quality and assessment, and effects of consumption and use on the environment. Field trips required. Course Information: Additional fees may apply. See Class Schedule. May be repeated in the same or subsequent semesters to a maximum of 6 hours. Prerequisite: NRES 201 and NRES 219.
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION, HABITAT MANAGEMENT & TRACKING: We will use a series of videos, in-class discussions, and quizzes to move you through several engaging topics. After this course, you will have the tools to better understand how practitioners develop conservation plans for endangered species. There is no field trip fee for this section. Meeting days and times will be determined in consultation with those who enroll.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate