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RNR Academics

Undergraduate Program

B.S, Natural Resource Ecology and Management (NREM)

 

Students may choose one of nine Areas of Concentration (AoC's).

Course Descriptions are available HERE.


Six NREM Areas of Concentration (AoCs) Receive Accreditation from the Society of American Foresters

[Jan 2017] Six areas of concentration are now accredited by the Society of American Foresters.

Three of the AoCs (Forest Resource Management, Forest Enterprise, and Wildlife Habitat Conservation and Management) meet the standards for accreditation under SAF’s traditional Forestry program. The other three AoCs (Conservation Biology, Ecological Restoration, and Wetland Science) meet the standards for accreditation under SAF’s new program called Natural Resource and Ecosystem Management.

Accreditation is a mark of academic quality, a demonstration of accountability, and a promise of continued planning for the future.

The forestry program in RNR has been continuously accredited by SAF since 1936, the first year SAF started its 81-year-old accreditation program. The Society of American Foresters established the standards for accrediting natural resource and ecosystem management programs in 2014 to create educational criteria that train resource professional in the art and science of sustaining ecosystem composition, structure, and function that satisfy long-term objectives. RNR’s long history of accreditation reflects the School’s ability to identify and respond to the evolving needs of society from its natural resources.

For More Information on our Undergraduate Program-

Contact:

Dr. Mike Kaller
Associate Research Professor and
Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies
119 Renewable Natural Resources Bldg
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

email: mkalle1 [at] lsu [dot] edu

revised: 17-Jan-2017 14:57