Natural Resouces Conservation
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The Natural Resources Conservation (NRC) program is the largest and oldest comprehensive environmental program offering the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S) degree in New York State. More than one hundred students per year enter the program to pursue their choices from a number of environmental career areas. Pivotal in our approach is the core first semester. During this time all students take similar course work and are counseled about various environmental careers and study options. Midway through the first semester, professors assist each student in making study option choices and continue as advisors until degree completion (the one-credit Seminar in Environmental Resources, NATR 144, is also where NRC students are made aware of curricular areas and program options).

School Office: Marshall Hall
Faculty Offices: Charlton Hall
Phone: 315.684.6083