About this Program
- College: Agricultural and Life Sciences
- Credits: 15 | 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
Requirements for admission
Students or professionals with appropriate academic and/or professional background in natural resources, natural resource management, or allied fields, as determined by the FRC/NRC 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.
|FOR 4664||Sustainable Ecotourism Development||3|
|FOR 2662||Forests for the Future||3|
|FOR 3004||Forests, Conservation and People||3|
|FOR 3153C||Forest Ecology||3|
|FOR 4060||Global Forests||3|
|Choose three of the following groups and take one course from each:|
|WIS 4523||Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Conservation||3|
|LEI 2181||Leisure Contemporary Society||3|
|LEI 3301||Principles of Travel and Tourism||3|
|AEC 4035||Communication Practices for Agricultural and Life Sciences||3|
|DCP 3200||Methods of Inquiry for Sustainability and the Built Environment||3|
|FYC 4301||Engaging Communities for Decision Making and Action||3|