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Curriculum

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Associate of Science

GENERAL EDUCATION CORE 
Communication and Information Literacy
ENGL 1010 – English I: Composition
ENGL 1020 – English II
CO/M 1010 – Public Speaking

Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning
Two math courses MATH 1400 – Pre-Calculus Algebra or higher (excluding MATH 1510) -OR-
MATH 1400 – Pre-Calculus Algebra or higher (excluding MATH 1510) -AND-
STAT 2050 – Fundamentals of Statistics

Cultural, Historical, Political, and Social Development
POLS 1000 – American and Wyoming Government -OR-
HIST 1211 – U.S. to 1865 -OR-
HIST 1221 – U.S. from 1865 -OR-
HIST 1251 – Wyoming History -OR-
ECON 1200 – Economics, Law, and Government
Social Science Elective Recommendations
GEOG 1010 – Introduction to Physical Geography (4) -OR-
GEOG 1050 – Introduction to Natural Resources (3)
Arts and Humanities Elective

Computer Literacy
COSC 1200 – Computer Information Systems
 
Scientific and Technical Processes
Lab science (physical, biological, or earth lab science
BIOL 1010 – General Biology
Physical Wellness (1 credit hour)

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 
BIOL 2022 – Animal Biology
BIOL 2400 – General Ecology
BIOL 2410 – Introduction to Field Ecology
CHEM 1020 – General Chemistry I
CHEM 1030 – General Chemistry II
PHYS 1110 – General Physics I -OR-
GEOL 1100 – Physical Geology
ZOO 2450 – Wildlife Management
 
Electives (Minimum of 5 credit hours)
Recommendations:

BIOL 1390 – Scientific Research I
BIOL 2320 – Tropical Ecology
BIOL 2390 – Scientific Research II
BIOL 2470 – Field Methods in the Biological Sciences
BOT 2100 – Principles of Forest Management
GEOG 1050 – Introduction to Natural Resources
GEOG 1100 – Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
RGMG 2000 – Principles of Range Management
MATH 2200 – Calculus I (recommended as it is needed for most bachelor-level programs)

Total minimum credit hours required 64
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