The conservation minor is designed for students who want to expand their experience in conservation biology, education, and ecology to prepare for conservation-related careers.
The conservation minor consists of 6 courses.
|Choose 2 of the following conservation courses:||6|
|Choose at least one class from each of the following 4 areas (labs either required or optional):|
|Area 1: Skills||3-4|
|Geographical Information Systems (GIS) for the Social Sciences|
|Conservation Education 1|
|Wildlife Ecology and Conservation in Africa|
|Internship in Conservation|
|Internship 1 (must take 491C)|
|Internship 2 (must take 492C)|
|Area 2: Applications||3-4|
|Conservation Behavior 1|
|Conservation Biology 1|
|Population and Conservation Genetics|
|Area 3: Conservation History||3-4|
|Nature, Culture and Interpretation|
|Environmental History of the United States|
|Theological Ethics and Environmental Justice|
|Area 4: Social Science||3-4|
|Field Studies in Political Ecology & Wildlife Conservation|
|Canisius Ambassadors for Conservation|
|Environment and Society|
Can be taken as a track if not taken as one of the required courses.