Minimum Requirements for Certificate: 31 credits
The certificate also emphasizes place-based domesticated ungulate husbandry and health, applicable regionally and statewide. This certificate may also serve as a bridge to a variety of natural science associate and baccalaureate programs.
Admission is open to all individuals, especially those employed by or interested in employment with state, federal or tribal agencies or other local entities in rural Alaska that provide natural resources management services.
Students should have a high school diploma or GED and an interest in science-related fields. It is strongly recommended that students seeking admission to this program have completed two high school, lab-based science courses, preferably in biology, chemistry or physics.
Students whose ACT/SAT scores are not high enough to place them into regular college-level classes must take the ASSET or COMPASS test and be placed in the appropriate developmental-level course.