About this Program
- College: Agricultural and Life Sciences
- Credits: 19 | Completed with minimum grades of C
Certificates must contain at least nine credits of coursework that are unique to that program out of all other certificates and minors.
The School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences is a unit within the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) and the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS). The school is home to three distinct yet integrated program areas: Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Forest Resources and Conservation, and Geomatics. The school’s faculty, staff, and students conduct research, teaching, and extension that cuts across a wide range of environments and disciplines.
Email | 352.846.0850 (tel) | 352.392.1707 (fax)
P.O. Box 110410
1745 McCarty Drive
136 NEWINS-ZIEGLER HALL
GAINESVILLE FL 32611-0410
Students or non-degree-seeking professionals with appropriate academic and/or professional background in natural resources, natural resource management, or allied fields sufficient to provide experience and/or context for the certificate coursework, as determined by the undergraduate coordinator.
Students must have a high-school diploma or the equivalent and they must have completed all course prerequisites before enrolling in any course.
|FNR 3131C||Dendrology/Forest Plants||3|
|FOR 3342C||Tree Biology||3|
|FOR 4090C||Urban Forestry||3|
Social Dimensions | Choose one
|GEO 3602||Urban and Business Geography||3|
|SYD 3410||Urban Sociology||3|
|URP 3001||Cities of the World||3|
|URP 4000||Preview of Urban and Regional Planning||3|
Biophysical Dimensions | Choose one
|Principles of Entomology|
and Principles of Entomology Laboratory
|FOR 4624C||Forest Health Management||3|
|ORH 3513C||Environmental Plant Identification and Use||3|
|ORH 3815C||Florida Native Landscaping||3|
|SWS 4231C||Soil, Water and Land Use||3|