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B.A.S. in Wilderness Management

This Degree is based on an articulation agreement with Vermilion Community College.  All students in this program come to the program as Juniors.  There is no freshman enrollment in this degree.

SUGGESTED SEMESTER SCHEDULE FOR WILDERNESS MANAGEMENT AND OUTDOOR RECREATION PLANNING MAJOR, B.A.S.

The following is a list of required courses, arranged by year, for the Wilderness Management and Outdoor Recreation Planning Major, B.A.S. This schedule is intended to help student plan their courses in an orderly fashion.

Freshman - Sophomore

  • Wilderness Management A.S. degree from Vermilion Community College

Junior

  • Required Wilderness Management Courses
    • ANTH 1110 Cultural Anthropology
    • BUAD 3351 Management
    • BIOL 2610 General Ecology
    • ECON 3040 Environmental Economics
    • GEOG 3570 Public Lands Planning
    • GEOG 3531 Political Ecology
  • ENGL 2150 Technical Writing
  • or ENGL 3150 Writing in the Disciplines
  • GEOG 2100 Introduction to Physical Geography
  • GEOG 2200 Introduction to Human Geography
  • GEOG 3231 Introduction to GIS
  • GEOG 2400 Introduction to Planning

Senior

  • Regional Geography Electives
    • GEOG 3410 Geography of North America
    • GEOG 38XX Regional Geography Courses
  • Spatial Methodology Electives
    • GEOG 3232 Intermediate GIS
    • GEOG 3226 Cartography
    • GEOG 3255 Remote Sensing
    • GEOG 4275 Advanced GIS
  • Physical Geography Electives
    • GEOG 3125 Weather and Climate
    • GEOG 3630 Conservation Biology
    • GEOG 4140 Landscape Ecology
  • GEOG 4130 Biogeography
  • GEOG 4190 Qualitative Methods
  • GEOG 4265 Spatial Analysis
  • Capstone Project: Independent Directed Study, Internship or Thesis