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School of Agriculture, Sustainability, Business and Entrepreneurship

Dean: Christopher L. Nyberg
Phone: (315) 684-6083

Environmental and Natural Resources Conservation A.S.

Course Description

Principles of Zoology

This course offers a basic introduction to the animal kingdom, including specific studies pertaining to terrestrial and aquatic invertebrates and vertebrates. Emphasis on zoological organization, identification, structure and life histories. Prerequisite: Successful completion of BIOL 120 or an animal life science course, from the School of Agriculture, with at least a C- or better, Environmental & Natural Resource Conservation and Natural Resources Conservation students by permission of instructor. 4 credits (2 traditional lecture hours plus 1 lecture hour with a 2-hour laboratory) This course satisfies the Liberal Arts and Sciences requirement and the SUNY General Education Requirement for Natural Science

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William S. Snyder
Chair - Environmental Sciences Department
(315) 684-6237
Bicknell Hall, Room 107

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Admissions Requirements

The Environmental and Natural Resources Conservation A.S. program will require a minimum of 64 credit hours of instruction. The specific required courses in the program will satisfy the general education requirements in eight areas or pillars.

A physical science requirement is satisfied with 8 credits of chemistry and/or physics. Students lacking high school chemistry will also be required to take CHEM 101-Basic Chemistry for preparation. A mathematics proficiency through Math 103 (Algebra & Trigonometry III) is required. Students must also complete at least 9 credits of NATR/ENSC/AGRO electives.