(DSS) may be used to fulfill the Depth Social Science course requirements.
Students may choose from a variety of courses to fulfill the Depth Humanities Creative Arts (DHA) requirements
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:
Students in the Wildlife Science 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 24 credits of Degree Program Courses, including the following:
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 University Studies Requirements. GEOG 1800 is recommended.