Sep 24, 2017
S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources
Department of Wildland Resources
Students must complete the General Education Requirements :
Students must also complete the University Studies Depth Requirements :
- two courses having CI designation, will fulfill the Communication Intensive (CI) requirement
- or will fulfill the Quantitative Intensive (QI) requirement
- Complete at least 2 credits in approved 3000-level or above courses from each of the following two categories: Humanities and Creative Arts (DHA) and Social Sciences (DSS). (DSS) may be used toward the depth course requirement. (DHA) is recommended.
General Science Foundation Courses, Departmental Common Courses, and all courses listed as major subject courses must be taken on an A-B-C-D-F basis. A grade of C- or better is required for all WILD courses used to meet the requirements for a major or minor in the department. The grade point average for all courses taught by the S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources must be 2.5 or higher.
In addition to completing the University Studies course requirements , all students earning an undergraduate degree in the Department of Wildland Resources must complete the General Science Foundation Courses and the Departmental Common Courses, as listed below. Some of these courses may be used toward the University Studies requirements, as indicated by the University Studies designations listed in the course descriptions.
A. General Science Foundation Courses (34-35 credits) and the following:
Select one of the following chemistry series (9 credits):
B. Departmental Courses (18 credits)
Bachelor of Science in Conservation and Restoration Ecology
Students in the Conservation and Restoration Ecology major must meet the course requirements for University Studies, as well as complete the General Science Foundation Courses and the Departmental Common Courses listed above. They must also complete 15 credits of Degree Program Courses, as follows:
A. Degree Program Courses (15 credits)
B. Degree Program Electives (21 credits)
Students in the Conservation and Restoration Ecology major must meet with their advisor and plan a program of study for their 21 credits of degree program electives. Students must identify an organizing theme or comprehensive plan to guide the selection of their degree program electives, and all courses counted toward this requirement must be approved in advance by the student’s advisor and department head. Courses taken to complete a dual major with another major within the S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources may not be counted toward fulfillment of this requirement.
C. Free Elective Credits
Students may take the remainder of the 120 credits from any department. Courses which meet General Education “Breadth Requirements” and University Studies “Depth Education Requirements” should be included to ensure meeting General Education and University Studies Requirements.
Conservation and Restoration Ecology Major Four Year Plan (Suggested Schedule)
Please meet with your advisor to complete your specific four year plan.
Freshman Year (28 credits)
First Semester (14 credits)
Second Semester (14 credits)
Sophomore Year (30-31 credits)
First Semester (16 credits)
Second Semester (14-15 credits)
First Semester (15 credits)
Second Semester (16 credits)
First Semester (16 credits)
Second Semester (15 credits)
Minimum University Requirements