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.
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|NR 000||Refer to college catalog page 163 to obtain a list of required courses and credits|