Natural Resources Systems

People depend on natural resources. Regions, cultures, nations, and societies are shaped by how people use land, water, plants, and wildlife. The large and small ecosystems that make up the environment are complex. Each component of our ecosystem depends on another. The purpose of this course is to provide students with an overview of the planet’s natural resource systems. Students will explore and develop a basic understanding of how the systems relate to one another other. Students will consider the role people play in managing, using, protecting, and conserving natural resources. In addition, the course will provide information about many different careers that are available to students who are interested in natural resources and natural resource management.

Major concepts:

  • Humans and Natural Resources
  • The Science of Ecosystems
  • Forests and Forest Management
  • Water Resources and Fisheries
  • The Aquaculture Industry and Careers in Fisheries
  • Land, Rangeland and Wildlife Management
  • The Environment, Economics, Society and the Future
S.No.Program NameFee ComponentAmount (USD)Description
1Full TimeCourse Fee$ 200To be paid by the student at the time of Registration.
2FlexCourse Fee$ 400To be paid by the student at the time of Registration. Student can select one more semester duration course free of cost.
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Grade Level

  Grade 9-12

Duration

  Semester

Requirements

  None

Prerequisites

  None

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