California Coastal Redwoods

Natural Resources

Professor Steve Cardimona 468-3219

Associate of Science in Natural Resources

Natural Resources major leads to the Associate of Science degree and prepares the student for further study or immediate employment in the major or allied fields such as a conservationist, resource manager, pollution analyst, naturalist, site selection consultant, ecologist, waste control specialist, or energy development specialist. This life-science-based degree program affords you the opportunity to study both the biological and physical world around you, bringing the two natural sciences together to give you an important cross-disciplinary background.  For more information, contact Professor Steve Cardimona, 468-3219.

Program requirements for the Natural Resources AS degree

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