Pre-Natural Resources

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Pre-Natural Resources
Pre-Natural Resources
Associate in Science Degree
About the Degree
The Pre-Natural Resources Degree is for students who love being outdoors and
are interested in protecting the integrity of the world’s ecosystems. Effective
assessment and management of natural resources is critical to sustaining a
habitable planet, so If you envision a world of sustainable forests, wildlife,
waters, and other natural resources, this is a great program for you!
Transferring to a 4-Year Program
This degree will prepare students to transfer to a Baccalaureate (4-year) program
in programs such as:
 Ecology
 Ecosystem Management
 Environmental Biology  Environmental Conservation
 Environmental Science  Fisheries and Wildlife
 Forestry
 Natural Resource Management
 Outdoor Recreation
 Wildlife Management
Career Options
A degree in Natural Resources opens the door to many careers in a diverse and
growing field. Students can go on to be many things, such as:
 Conservation Officers  Ecologists
 Land Managers
 Foresters
 Wildlife Educators
 Environmental Analysts
 Park Rangers
 Mammologist
Office of Admissions
2001 North Lincoln Road
Escanaba, MI 49829
www.baycollege.edu
906.217.4010
Bay College West
2801 N US 2
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
Contact Information:
Jessica LaMarch
Director of Admissions
[email protected]
baycollege.edu
906.217.4086
Brian Black
Division Chair & Faculty
[email protected]
906.217.4051
Course Information
Students must complete all general education requirements and all specific program requirements. It is strongly
advised that students consult with their four-year transfer university as well as their Bay College advisor prior to
scheduling courses. Students can review transfer guides at www.macrao.org to see specific university and
program requirements.
General Education Requirements for Degree
Category
English
Communication
Mathematics
Natural Science
Economics
Social & Behavioral Science
Humanities
Required Courses
ENGL101
COMM103,104, 120 OR ENGL-102 or 145
MATH141
BIOL107,108 and CHEM110
ECON131 OR ECON132
Choose 1
Choose 2
TOTAL CREDITS
Required Credit Hours
3
3
5
9
3
3
6
minimum 32
Specific Program Requirements
Course Number
Course Name
Credit/Contact Hours
BIOL110
Evolution & Diversity
4/6
BIOL112
MATH210
XXXX-xxx
XXXX-xxx
Cells & Molecules
Introduction to Statistics
Natural Science Elective
Approved Electives
TOTAL CREDITS
4/6
4/4
4-5/4-6
12
minimum 28
Course Options to Fulfill 12 Credit Elective Requirement
Course Number
BIOL202
COMM103
COMM104
CHEM108
CHEM112
MATH142
XXXX-xxx
Course Name
Plants & Animals
Interpersonal Communications
Public Speaking
Technical Chemistry
General Chemistry II
Analytical Geometry & Calculus II
PHED - Physical Education Courses
TOTAL CREDITS
Credit/Contact Hours
4/6
3/3
3/3
5/7
5/7
5/5
1-2/0-1.5
minimum 12

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