2 years
Aug Jan
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About this course

Love the outdoors? Have a passion for improving and protecting the environment? If you want to work with natural resources, this program will prepare you for careers such as a fisheries technician, surveyor, soil and water conservationist, wastewater technician or naturalist. Your professional field training will include equipment operation and field data collection for water quality and wastewater analysis, fisheries, forest management, wildlife management and soil analysis. As a technician, you may assist in managing, improving and protecting forests, rangelands and wildlife habitats. Your training also prepares you to provide technical assistance in the conservation of soil, water and related natural resources in a variety of public or private settings

Entry Requirements

  • English Test Scores
  • Minimum TOEFL (70) or IELTS (6). Test scores are NOT required if enrolling into our Intensive English Program.
  • High School Diploma
  • Provide an official copy of a high school diploma or completion certificate; translated into English.
  • College Transcripts
  • Transcripts from a non U.S. university / college must be provided with a U.S. credential evaluation report through either the Education Credential Evaluators.