Environmental Conservation

Your passion for Mother Earth

Environmental Conservation

Your passion for Mother Earth

Environmental Conservation

Your passion for Mother Earth

The Environmental Conservation (ENVC) program is designed to meet the growing need for environmental and natural resource technicians within the natural resources and parkland areas. SVC offers you four areas of emphasis.

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Program Options

The Environmental Conservation (ENVC) program is designed to meet the growing need for environmental and natural resource technicians within the natural resources and parkland areas. The Environmental Conservation (ENVC) program is designed to meet the growing need for environmental and natural resource technicians within the natural resources and parkland areas. We offer you four areas of emphasis.

Degree Paths

Environmental Conservation (University of Washington & University of Idaho), AAS-T
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Environmental Conservation-Aquatic/Terrestrial Emphasis, AAS-T
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Environmental Conservation-Marine Emphasis, AAS-T
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Environmental Conservation-Parks Resource Management Emphasis, AAS
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Environmental Conservation-Water/Wastewater Treatment Technician Emphasis, AAS
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Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Environmental Conservation (BASEC)
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Degree Map, BAS in Environmental Conversation
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Certificate Options

Environmental Conservation Individual Technical Certificate
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Environmental Conservation Studies Certificate
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Environmental Conservation: Water/Wastewater Treatment Technician Certificate
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Geographic Information Systems Certificate
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Advanced Wetland Delineation Micro-Certificate
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Basic Wetland Delineation Micro-Certificate
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Program Courses

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Explore your passion

Outcomes

Graduates of the Environmental Conservation AAS-T and AAS degrees will be able to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in general laboratory and field skills expected of entry-level workers in the environmental and natural resource fields.
  • Apply basic ecological principles and concepts when developing an ecological project.
  • Demonstrate the interrelationship of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
  • Interpret and report field and laboratory data in a scientific manner.
  • Demonstrate professional, ethical, and culturally sensitive behaviors expected of entry-level workers in the environmental and natural resource fields.
Program Costs

Program cost information available for Certificate Options only

Our natural learning environment is incredible

A career that makes a difference

The study of our wildlands, lakes, rivers and coastal waters, and recreational lands are right here in our own backyard.

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