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About the Program

Do you enjoy nature and want to work in the great outdoors? A degree in natural resource management could put you on the right path.

In this program, you’ll prepare for a career in one of three areas: forestry, fish and wildlife management, or parks and recreation. Much of your learning will take place out in nature, where you’ll learn skills in timber cruising, forest management, forest insect and disease identification, data sampling techniques, electro fishing, bird identification, GPS\GIS tools and much more.

This two-year degree prepares you to transfer with a junior standing into a natural resource program at a four-year college or university in the Pacific Northwest.

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