As a natural resource management-oriented program, the curriculum focuses on social, economic and ecological dimensions of managing natural resources. This program is accredited by the Society of American Foresters and is recognized as a leader in training future managers of recreation resources.
|WVUE 191 – First Year Seminar
||ENGL 102 – Composition, Rhetoric and Research
|ENGL 101 – Intro to Composition and Rhetoric
||WMAN 150 – Principles of Conservation Ecology
|BIOL 101 and 103 – General Biology
||PSYC 101 – Introduction to Psychology
|RPTR 142 – Introduction to Recreation, Parks and Tourism
||WDSC 100 – Forest Resources in U.S. History
|FOR 140 – West Virginia’s Natural Resources
||RPTR 242 – Environmental and Cultural Interpretation
|MATH 126B – College Algebra (4-Day)
For full suggested course schedule, class descriptions and more information on General Education Foundations (GEF) see course catalog.