Students are responsible for tracking their degree progress and for completing their degree requirements. Using the following course forecast information students will plan ahead and work with their advisor to create and update academic plans.

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EOY = Every other year courses
All information is subject to change

Spring 2021

ATS 201 (4) Climate Science
BI 223 (4) Principles of Biology                                                                                               
BI 371 (3) Ecological Methods (BI 370 pre-req)
FES 422 (4) Research Methods in Social Science                                                                    
FES 440 (3) Wildland Fire Ecology
FES 445 (4) Ecological Restoration (Recommended: FES 341 or BI 370)
FES 485 (3) Consensus and NR
FW 255 (3) Field Sampling
FW 311 (3) Ornithology (EOY) 
FW 481 (4) Wildlife Ecology (EOY)
GEO  201 (4) Physical Geology                                                                                        
GEO 309 (3) Enviro. Justice
MTH 112 (4) Elementary Functions
MTH 241 (4) Calculus for Management and Social Science
MTH 245 (4) Math for Soc Sci/Mgmt
PS 475 (4) Environmental Politics and Policy
SOIL 366 (3) Ecosystems Wildland Soils (pre-req soil sci)
Z 349 (3) Biodiversity: Causes and Conservation

Summer 2021- still being finalized

CH 231/261(5) General Chemistry
COMM 385 (3) Culture in Cyberspace
WR 327 (3) Technical Writing
MTH 112 (4) Elementary Functions
ST 351 (4) Intro. Statistical Methods
 

Fall 2021

BI 101 (4) Environ. Biology (200 level Bio preferred for NR majors)
BI 221 (4) Principles of Biology (co/prereq CH 121/CHEM 231/261)
CH 121 (5) Intro Chem or CH 231/261 (5)
COMM 321 (3) Intro to Comm Theory
COMM 326 (3) Intercultural Communication
ECON 201 (4) Micro-Economics
FES 341 (3) Forest Ecology
FES 342 (3) Forest Types of the Northwest
FW 251 (3) Fish and Wildlife Conserv.
GEOG 340 (3) Intro to Water Policy 
MTH 251: (4) Differential Calculus
NR 201 (3) Managing NR for Future
RNG 353 (4) Wildland Plant ID
RNG 455 (4) Riparian Ecohydrology & Mgmt EOY
SOIL 205/206 (4) Intro Soil Science
SUS 350 (4) Sustainable Communities
TRAL 353 (4) Nature, Eco, and Adventure Tourism
Z 477 (4) Aquatic Entomology

Winter 2022

AEC 352 (3) Environmental Econ (Econ. 201 pre-req)
BI 102 (4) Animal Biology (200 level Bio preferred for NR majors)
BI 222 (4) Principles of Biology
BI 370 (3) Ecology (BI 211-213 pre-req)
ENSC 479 (3) Case Studies WIC
FES 365 (3) Issues in Natural Resources Conservation
FW 350 (3) Endangered Species, Society, and Sustainability
FW 312 (2) Systematics of Birds (EOY)
FW 323 (3) Management of Pacific Salmon
FW 370 (4) Conservation Genetics (pre-req BI 211-213)
GEOG 360 (4) GISCIENCE
MTH 112 (4) Trig/Elem Functions
NR 455 (4) NR Decision Making, (Recommended:SR Standing)
RNG 341 (3) Rangeland Mgmt
ST 201 (4) Principles of Statistics
SUS 304 (4) Sust. Assessment                                                                                          
SUS 420 (3) Social Dimensions of Sustainability

Spring 2022

ATS 201 (4) Climate Science
BI 102 (4) Human Biology (200 level Bio preferred for NR majors)
BI 223 (4) Principles of Biology                                                                                               
BI 371 (3) Ecological Methods (BI 370 pre-req)
FES 422 (4) Research Methods in Social Science                                                                    
FES 440 (3) Wildland Fire Ecology
FES 445 (4) Ecological Restoration (Recommended: FES 341 or BI 370)
FES 485 (3) Consensus and NR
FW 255 (3) Field Sampling
FW 317 (3) Mammalogy EOY
FW 320 (4) Intro to Population Dynamics EOY (BI 370 or Instructor Approval)                                                                                     
GEO 309 (3) Enviro. Justice
MTH 112 (4) Elementary Functions
MTH 241 (4) Calculus for Management and Social Science
MTH 245 (4) Math for Soc Sci/Mgmt
PS 475 (4) Environmental Politics and Policy
SOIL 366 (3) Ecosystems Wildland Soils (pre-req soil sci)
Z 349 (3) Biodiversity: Causes and Conservation