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The Integrated Resource Management interdisciplinary minor offers students from all majors an opportunity for additional specialized course work for training in integrated resource management. The core curriculum consists of courses in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Animal Sciences, Rangeland Ecology, and Soil and Crop Sciences. The core curriculum is supplemented with several courses focused on integration of the information provided in the disciplinary courses and developing skills in systems analysis. This interdisciplinary program is aimed at providing training for students interested in careers involving the businesses associated with land and animal management.
Effective Spring 2012
Students must satisfactorily complete the total credits required for the minor. Minors and interdisciplinary minors require 12 or more upper-division (300- to 400-level) credits.
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|LAND 220/LIFE 220||Fundamentals of Ecology (GT-SC2)||3|
|SOCR 240||Introductory Soil Science||3-4|
|or SOCR 320||Forage and Pasture Management|
|AGRI 383/NR 383||U.S. Travel-Integrated Resource Management||2|
|ANEQ 300E||Topics in Animal Sciences: Family Ranching||1|
|ANEQ 472||Sheep Systems||3|
|or ANEQ 478||Beef Systems|
|AREC 305||Agricultural and Resource Enterprise Analysis||3|
|AREC 310||Agricultural Marketing||3|
|AREC 478||Agricultural Policy||3|
|RS 300||Rangeland Conservation and Stewardship||3|
|SOC 341||Sociology of Rural Life||3|
|Program Total Credits:||27-28|