Skills & Knowledge You'll Develop
Conserving Canada’s natural landscape is a big job which requires a unique set of skills and a deep passion for the environment. Luckily, we can help. Upon completion of theRenewable Resource Management program, you will:
- have a comprehensive understanding of:
- zoology and botany
- fisheries and wildlife
- aerial photography and map interpretation
- geographical information systems applications(GIS).
You will be able to:
- assess fish populations through gill netting
- measure the movements of wildlife using telemetry
- interpret grazing patterns
- conduct plant and animal inventory surveys to gather information on plant and animal distribution and abundance
- survey forest areas and access roads
- assess physical attributes of habitat such as soil and water
- use aerial photographs, global positioning systems (GPS) and geographic information systems (GIS) to map forest areas
- further your education with university-transferrable courses.