The Biology - Natural Resources Associate of Science degree is designed for students transferring to a four-year college or university, such as the University of Idaho - College of Natural Resources. This program of study allows students to develop a strong foundation in the biological sciences and is an entry point for a wide variety of natural resource-related careers. It is appropriate for students with interests in the following fields: botany, conservation biology/ecology, conservation social sciences, ecology, environmental science, fish and wildlife management/science, forestry management/science, public/environmental health, rangeland management/science, and wildland fire management/science. The program emphasizes active, collaborative, and experiential learning environments and provides students with the opportunity to develop and refine the science-process skills they will use as professionals. Students are strongly encouraged to work with their advisors, and their future transfer institution, for additional information regarding the specific courses to complete for their academic path.