I chose GSC for the Forestry Program.
- Dustin R., junior, Natural Resource Management

Academic Programs

The Department of Land Resources prides itself on a "hands on" approach to learning. Students are provided a teaching/learning experience that duplicates as closely as possible real world applications. Two Associate of Science degree programs are offered, Forest Technology and Land Surveying Technology. The baccalaureate degree in Natural Resource Management takes advantage of the two associate degree programs in the Department of Land Resources and the strength of course offerings in the Department of Science and Mathematics , and Department of Business. The degree is developed around the general education baccalaureate degree component, a Natural Resource Management core, seven major concentration areas and a block elective component. The seven degree concentrations are Applied Science, Business Management, Criminal Justice, Energy and Land Management, Environmental Science, Forest Technology, and Land Surveying Technology.