Natural Resources and the Environment (SANR)

310. Introduction to Wildlife Management

(Formerly offered as SAME 310.) Three credits. Three class periods.

Basic wildlife techniques including habitat evaluation and identification signs. Emphasis will be placed on keeping a wildlife field journal. Field exercises and laboratory provide an opportunity to use and evaluate techniques for wildlife management.

495. Special Topics

(Formerly offered as SAME 495.) Credits and hours by arrangement. Prerequisite: Open only with consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit with a change of topic. Total credits allowed toward graduation requirements are restricted as outlined in Ratcliffe Hicks Section.

699. Independent Study

(Formerly offered as SAME 699.) Credits and hours by arrangement. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor required. Course may be repeated for credit. Total credits allowed toward graduation requirements are restricted as outlined in Ratcliffe Hicks Section.

An independent study project is mutually arranged between a student and an instructor.

 

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