Core Requirements and Courses
You begin your studies with the WSU's General Education requirements and a select curriculum of additional math and science courses that help prepare you for the natural resources core curriculum. These courses provide a strong base for the in-depth, focused knowledge you will develop as you complete your major.
Natural Resource Science Core Courses
Students in all natural resource science majors share these core courses. You take most of these courses in your sophomore through senior years.
- NATRS 100: Introduction to Natural Resources Management I
- NATRS 204: Introduction to Measurements and Computers
- NATRS 280: Introduction to Wildlife Management
- NATRS 300: Natural Resource Ecology
- NATRS 301: Forest Plants and Ecosystems
- NATRS 302: Arid Land Plants and Ecosystems
- NATRS 312: Natural Resources and Society
- NATRS 330: Natural Resource Economics
- NATRS 438: Natural Resource and Environmental Policy and Law
- NATRS 450: Conservation Biology
- NATRS 454: Restoration Ecology
GER Course Requirements
For a list of the required University course requirements, click here.
CAHNRS Advising Protocol
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