Business students interested inprotecting wildlife habitat and the environment while learning how to meet and
manage the ever-growing demand for wood products, clean
water, outdoor recreation and scenic beauty can now minor in
natural resources management.
The minor in natural resources management is now available
for students in the Culverhouse College of Commerce at The
University of Alabama. The minor is 20–22 credit hours and
includes coursework in biological sciences, geography, zoology,
hydrogeology, freshwater studies, and dendrology, forestry and
Students interested in the natural resources management
minor should contact Dr. Carl F. Williams, coordinator, natural
resources management forestry and wildlife management at
205-348-1817 or email@example.com.
BUSINESS STUDENTS GET CLOSER TO NATURE
WITH NEW MINOR