|Field of Study:||Environmental Control Technologies/Technicians, Other
|Description:||The ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY diploma is earned with the completion of all courses listed under the Environmental Resources Technician Completion plan and the Environmental Resources Diploma Completion Plan. The Environmental Resource Technology diploma is awarded to recognize the successful completion of the equivalent of two years of full-time study. An overall GPA of 2.0 is required.
Year two of the program focuses on the various environmental disciplines. Students will take what they learned from first year and apply that knowledge to solve environmental problems. Forest Surveys and Environmental Assessment Surveys integrate year one measurement skills into applications that are important for assessing the land base. Courses in Wildlife, Fisheries, Grasslands, Environmental Planning, Watershed Hydrology, and Timber Development give students the theoretical knowledge needed to design and carry out field studies. Upon completion of year two of the program, students are granted an Environmental Resources Technologist Diploma . This diploma qualifies students to work within a variety of disciplines including forestry, fisheries, wildlife, environmental monitoring, environmental assessment, and working with communities on helping with environmental projects.