Natural Resources Management

Students interested in further study and careers in forestry, fisheries, and wildlife management can find a robust slate of classes at Centralia College.

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Degree: Associate in Arts

Emphasis: Forestry, Fisheries, Wildlife Management

The Natural Resources Management program prepares students for transfer into a program in forestry, fisheries, or wildlife management.

Natural Resources Education Plan

Notes for Students

  • Students should take at least two quarters of calculus and Introduction to Statistics.
  • Natural Science requirements vary among transfer institutions. Consult your advisor to coordinate your program with the requirements of the institution to which you plan to transfer.

Fall Quarter

  • ENGL& 101 English Composition I - 5 credits
  • GEOL& Introduction to Physical Geology - 5 credits
  • Social Science Distribution - 5 credits

Winter Quarter

  • ENGL& 102 Composition II - 5 credits
  • ENVS 170 Introduction to Natural Resources - 5 credits
  • MATH& 146 Introduction to Statistics - 5 credits

Spring Quarter

  • BOTA 150 Dendrology-Trees in Our Environment - 5 credits
  • GEOL& 208 Geology of the Pacific Northwest* - 5 credits
  • CHEM& 121 Introduction to Chemistry - 5 credits

* GEOL& 208 is offered every other year.

Fall Quarter

  • BIOL& 221 Majors Ecology/Evolution - 5 credits
  • Humanities Distribution** - 5 credits
  • Social Science Distribution*** - 5 credits

Winter Quarter

  • BIOL& 222 Majors Cell/Molecular - 5 credits
  • Humanities Distribution** - 5 credits
  • Social Science Distribution*** - 5 credits

Spring Quarter

  • BIOL& 223 Majors Organismal Physiology - 5 credits
  • Elective - 2 credits
  • Health and Fitness Distribution - 3 credits
  • Humanities Distribution** - 5 credits

** Select Humanities distribution classes from the following: CMST& 220, PHIL 103. Plus 5 credits of foreign language or other humanities as needed for transfer program.

*** Select Social Science distribution classes from the following: ECON& 201, POLS& 101, or POLS& 202. Plus 5 additional credits of Social Science.

CONTACT

Christian Bruhn (he/him/his)
Dean of Instruction – Arts & Sciences
Office: WSC 118-A
360-623-8364
Email Christian Bruhn