The S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources offers a wide variety of courses in natural science.  Click on the links below to view a complete course listing from the College's three departments.

 

Environment and Society Courses (ENVS)

ENVS offers courses on some of the following topics:  environmental studies, geography, recreation management, human dimensions in natural resources, environmental management, sustainability, human-environment relations, bioregional planning, wildland recreation, social science, and policy.

 

Watershed Sciences Courses (WATS)

WATS offers courses on some of the following topics:  fisheries, aquatic ecology, physical geography, watershed ecosystems, sustainability, geographic information systems, geomorphology, climate, limnology, riparian ecology, and stream ecology.

 

Wildland Resources Courses (WILD)

WILD offers courses on some of the following topics:  wildlife, rangeland ecosystems, ecology, plant identification, wildlife management, policy, conservation, soils, forestry, dendrology, silviculture, remote sensing, and plant ecology.

 

Natural Resources Courses

USU General Catalog

Course Schedules

Major Requirement Sheets