About the International Environmental Conservation Undergraduate Certificate

This certificate will prove your proficiency in environmental conservation, communication, field work, international studies, project management, and cultural awareness. You’ll participate in actual research related to conservation and environmental science while fulfilling course requirements for the certificate.

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International Environmental Conservation Courses

You’ll complete an international field research experience in Australia, Ecuador, or Namibia, plus six to nine units, typically two or three classes, of additional coursework from the following list: 

  • Environmental Biology
  • Introduction to Soil Science
  • Fundamentals of Environmental Science and Sustainability
  • Translating Environmental Science
  • Field Study in Environmental Geography
  • Human Reproduction and the Environment
  • Sustainable Earth: Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Conservation of Natural Environments
  • Ecosystem Biology and a Sustainable Future
  • Conservation Biology
  • Critical Zone Science and Management
  • Introduction to Conservation Biology
  • Wildlife, Conservation, and American Culture
  • Natural Resource Ecology
  • Natural Resources Management in Native Communities
  • Conservation Genetics
  • Wildlife Management
  • Population Ecology
  • Wildlife Conservation Behavior

Courses required to complete an undergraduate certificate in international environmental conservation at the University of Arizona are subject to change and other university policies, so remember to meet with your adviser regularly to review your course plan.

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