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Overview

Environmental Conservation is an interdisciplinary program that advances understanding of ecological systems and their interrelationships, including those with human society. Core study involves plant and animal ecology and natural history, field methods and study design, and conservation and management of ecosystems and natural resources. Students are able to focus their studies in conservation and sustainability; plant ecology, conservation and management; and/or vertebrate ecology, conservation and management. This program covers a wide range of environmental studies, provides many unique opportunities for hands-on and real-world field experience, and prepares students for a variety of careers as well as transfer at the upper division level to academic programs involving environmental sciences.

Degrees and Certificates Offered

  • A.S. in Environmental Conservation
  • A.S. in General Science
  • Environmental Conservation Technician (Fisheries) Certificate
  • Environmental Conservation Technician (Sustainability) Certificate
  • Environmental Conservation Technician (Vegetation) Certificate
  • Environmental Conservation Technician (Wildlife) Certificate
  • Environmental Conservation Certificate
  • Environmental Conservation Technician (Conservation/Restoration) Certificate
  • Environmental Conservation Technician (Forest/Rangeland) Certificate
  • Environmental Conservation Technician (Water Resources) Certificate
  • Division Dean Joel Keebler
  • Department Chair Jennifer Neale
  • Phone (916) 484-8107