NRM 130 Outdoor Recreation Management (3)
This course examines the management of natural resources for outdoor recreational
NRM 151 Vertebrate Natural History (3)
This course includes the taxonomic classification, identification, geographic range,
and biology of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals native to South Carolina
and the Southeast.
NRM 201 Soil Fertility & Plant Prod (3)
This course is a study of agronomic principles of soil management and plant production,
including use and application of chemical fertilizers.
NRM 207 Geographic Info Sys I (GIS) (3)
This course is the study of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) concepts, including
coordinate systems, projections, datums, data models and sources, spatial statistics,
queries and analyses, and basic cartographic principles. Emphasis is on applications
within the NRM field.
NRM 230 Wildlife Management I (3)
This course is a basic study and application of management practices which are beneficial
to wildlife. Methods for increasing food production, developing water sources, providing
cover requirements, and improving wetlands are included.
NRM 235 Techniques of Wildlife Mgmt (3)
This course includes a survey of applied techniques of wildlife management. The course
covers "hands on" instruction in the outdoors.
NRM 250 Wetlands Ecology (3)
This course covers the identification, taxonomy, and life histories of freshwater
fish. Management implications for various species of fish with commercial, sport or
ecological value are included. Special instruction is provided on managed wetland
management and maintenance.