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UW-Stevens Point 

The College of Natural Resources (CNR) at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point is the nation's largest and premier undergraduate institution for natural resources and environmental management.  The College has deep roots in Wisconsin's strong conservation heritage, inspired by Aldo Leopold, John Muir, Gaylord Nelson and others.  The College emphasizes hands-on field training and an integrated cored curriculum that exposes students to the multiple disciplines of forestry, soils, water resources, wildlife, and human dimensions of natural resource management.  To facilitate this field-oriented approach to learning, the College has three field stations-Central Wisconsin Environmental Station, Schmeeckle Reserve, and Treehaven.  Students moving from FVTC to UWSP will combine their strong technical training with additional natural resource coursework providing additional employment opportunities in local, state, federal and private sector agencies.

B.S. Fisheries and Limnology
B.S. Forest Management
B.S. General Resource Management
B.S. Res Mgmt – Law Enforcement
B.S. Soil and Land Management
B.S. Water Resources
B.S. Wildlife Management and Ecology

A.A.S. Natural Resources Technician

B.S. Early Childhood Education (Certification in Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 3)

A.A.S. Early Childhood Education


For information,

Sue Kissinger, Coordinator of Advising & Recruitment
Student Success Center
800 Reserve Street
180 Trainer Natural Resources Building
University of Wisconsin Stevens Point
Stevens Point, WI 54481
715-346-4081

skissing@uwsp.edu
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