Conservation Science Academic Plan

This 4-year plan will help guide you through your pathway to profession with your Conservation Science major. It is a sampling of the route you can take to your degree. (The contents of this 4-year plan are subject to modifications.)

Credit hours required to graduate:124
Freshman Fall
CourseCredits
Friends Experience1
BIOL 101 Cell & Molecular Biology 4
ENGL 101 Writing 13
MATH 111 College Algebra3
General Education3-6
Hours14-17
Freshman Spring
CourseCredits
BIOL 102Bio Diversity & Design4
ENGL 102Writing 23
MATH 270Statistics3
Friends Experience1
Elective/General Education3-6
Hours14-17
Sophomore Fall
CourseCredits
CHEM 101General Chemistry 15
BIOL 320Vertebrate Zoology4
BIOL 103Intro Ecology & Evolution3
Area of Emphasis3
General Education3
Hours18
Sophomore Spring
CourseCredits
CHEM 102General Chemistry 25
FLDBStewardship or Ecosystem Course3
Public Policy Course3
Area of Emphasis3
General Education3
Hours17
Junior Fall
CourseCredits
FLDBStewardship or Ecosystem Course3
BIOL 350General Ecology4
General Education3
MATH 280Biostats1
BIOLAdvanced Topics4
Hours15
Junior Spring
CourseCredits
Area of Emphasis3
Public Policy Course3
General Education3
FLDBStewardship Course3
BIOLAdvanced Topic/Ecosystem Course3-4
Hours14-15
Senior Fall
General Education3
Area of Emphasis3
BIOLAdvanced Topics4
FLDBInternship or Conservation Senior Project1-2
Elective (Higher Chemistry of Math)3
Hours14-15
Senior Spring
General Education3
Upper Level Science Elective4
Electives3-6
BIOL 490Conservation Senior Project1
FLDBInternship2
Hours13-16
Total Credit Hours:124-129