The Desert Ecologist Certificate of Achievement prepares students to directly enter the conservation field in various capacities with jobs as docents, volunteers, or paid employees working with a variety of local, state, and federal and tribal agencies. Students successfully completing this certificate may find entry-level positions in various natural resources specializations, such as: zookeeper or museum worker, ecological consultant, state or national park ranger, lab technician, ecosystem manager, environment educator, and ecotourism. Students will become familiar with a broad range of ecological topics that are applicable anywhere but are also pertinent to the local desert environment.

Course Class Credits Course Outline Course Schedule
NR 000 Refer to college catalog page 163 to obtain a list of required courses and credits