Environmental Science & Natural Resources, A.S.

Explore Environmental Science & Natural Resources at TCC - learn, preserve, thrive in nature's world.

About the Program

  • If you're curious about the Earth and its resources, this program is for you.
  • After you graduate, you can explore more education or work in fields like agriculture, conservation, environmental science, or managing natural resources, such as forestry, range, or wildlife sciences.

Program Details

Discover the environment's secrets and conserve natural resources in our hands-on program.

After successfully completing this program, you will have the ability to:

  • Apply scientific methods to environmental or natural resource problems.
  • Integrate concepts from multiple disciplines around a central ecological theme.
  • Communicate environmental or ecological information.
  • Discuss environmental or natural resource issues in society.
  • Use proper field or laboratory techniques.
  • Evaluate scientific literature relevant to the environment or natural resources.

See program requirements for a closer look at what it takes to succeed in this exciting field.

Degree Requirements

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Beyond the Classroom

"Going to school doesn’t necessarily have to just be going to class. There are so many groups to get involved with."

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