This is an information-packed course designed
to prepare you for a worthwhile career. Start
with lessons in ecology, and how conservation
affects food needs, crop management and soil.
Subsequent lessons cover water conservation, forests,
wildlife extinction, wildlife management, pesticides,
waste management and more. A unique feature of
the course is a series of environmental case studies,
challenging you to examine how concepts apply
in the ‘real’ world.
All textbooks and study materials are included
with your tuition.
possibilities of a great new career in conservation.
The great outdoors could be your ‘office’.
You commute there in a four-wheel drive vehicle
over back roads to a nature preserve. You play
a key role in helping a species of wildlife survive.
Perhaps you educate people about conserving natural
resources, or spend your days bringing life back
to a threatened coastal wetland. Or you work behind
the scenes to raise funds for an environmental
Careers that manage, conserve and protect natural
resources are diverse and extremely rewarding.
You can pursue many exciting career options such