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Bachelor of Applied Science in Natural Resource Management (Wildlife)

This degree is designed to educate students in the management of forest resources in the Southeast and in the management of forest-based businesses. Separate majors exist for wildlife management and forestry. This bachelor degree (BAS) program builds on ABAC’s Forest Technology and Wildlife Technology (AAS) programs and their experiential learning model. A minimum grade of “C” is required in all Forest Resources (FRSC prefix) courses.

Students seeking to enter the Natural Resource Management program must have a 2.3 GPA* and a minimum of 42 hours of collegiate credit. Transfer students must meet transfer requirements for the College, which may differ from requirements for admission to the Bachelor program. Acceptance to ABAC does not guarantee acceptance into the program.

Program of Study – Four Year Plan – Bachelor of Applied Science in Natural Resource Managment – Wildlife