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Environmental Education/Interpretation

Environmental Education/Interpretation

2009 Curriculum, recommended second major or minors: Minors in Biology and Geography and Geology.

2010 Curriculum. recommended track: Environmental Science Emphasis (all three tracks work well)

Specially recommended courses:

Biology

  • 230: Biology of Animals
  • 231: Biology of Plants and Microbes
  • 325: Field Ecology
  • 326: Limnology
  • 330: Ichthyology
  • 332: Entomology
  • 327: Microbial Ecology
  • 367: Field Ornithology
  • 373: Biology Field Trip
  • 376: Population and Community Ecology
  • 386: Ecosystems Ecology

Education Studies

  • 316: Teaching Science and Environmental Education in the Elementary/Middle School

Environmental Studies

  • 345: History of American Wilderness

History

  • 342: U.S. Environmental History

Geography

  • 314: Environmental Conservation
  • 414: Natural Resource Management
  • 471: Information Systems

Geology

  • 320: Geomorphology
  • 331: Structural Geology
  • 335: Glacial Geology
  • 344: Field Geology
  • 361: Lake Superior Trip
  • 399: Geology of Wisconsin – Field Course.

Skills: Plant and animal identification; geological and geographical identification; field ecology analysis

Experiences: Volunteer at a nature education center; internship in environmental education.

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