Energy and Land Management (BSNRM) - Course Requirements

Num. Title Credits
GSU 100 The First Year Experience 0 hours
All degree seeking students are required to take GSU 100 during their first semester.
     
General Education Requirements 30 hours
Students must complete BIOL 121, GEOG 203, MATH 115, and POSC 203 as part of the General Education requirements
     
Natural Resource Management Core 32 hours
BIOL 400 Ecology and Field Biology 4
ENVR 352 Air/Water/Soil Quality 4
ENVR 393 Environmental Compliance 3
MGMT 201 Principles of Management 3
NRMT 125 Computer Assisted Mapping 3
NRMT 201 Forest Ecology 3
NRMT 234 GIS Applications I 3
NRMT 311 Natural Resource Permitting 3
NRMT 334 GIS Applications II 3
NRMT 493 Natural Resource Management 3
     
Energy and Land Management Major 56 hours
BUSN 193 Applied Business Communications 3
BUSN 225 Business Ethics 3
BUSN 270 Business Law I 3
BUSN 470 Business Law II 3
LAMN 193 Principles of Energy and Land Management 3
LAMN 293 Landman Titles & Abstracting 3
LAMN 397 Work Experience 1
LAND 121 Introduction to Land Surveying 3
LAND 123 Land Survey Descriptions-Interpretation and Writing 2
MGMT 484 Organizational Behavior 3
NRMT 410 Energy Resource Law 3
PHYS 209 General Geology 4
General Block Electives (select from the following): 15
Select from the following list of courses. Courses required for the NRMT Core and selected Major will not fulfill this requirement.
Encouraged Courses are listed below:
ENVR 351 Soil Science  
LAND 335 Hydrology, Drainage, and Subdivision Design  
MGMT 383 Labor Relations Management  
MGMT 384 Human Resource Management  
MGMT 487 Operations Management  
WLMT 301 Wildlife Law and Policy  
Restricted Block Electives 4
Select from the following list of courses. Courses required for the NRMT Core and selected Major will not fulfill this requirement.
Encouraged Courses are listed below:
FRST 109 Dendrology II  
LAND 244 Remote Sensing and Aerial Photo Interpretation  
     
General Electives 2 hours
Total minimum hours required for this degree 120 hours