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2023-2024 University of Wyoming Catalog 
    
2023-2024 University of Wyoming Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Land Administration Undergraduate Certificate


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Land management is the process of overseeing the use, allocation of natural spaces/resources for public or private projects, and/or conservation. This certificate allows those interested in energy, agriculture, natural resources, etc., an avenue to learn more.

Land Administration


To solve today’s complex land management issues, professionals need a broad understanding of key elements affecting environments and the relationships between land, agriculture, energy and people. This Land Administration Certificate prepares students with the tools, methods, theories, and action steps that help identify land administration problems and the means to develop, implement, and evaluate proposed solutions. Certificate holders will be able to critically explore root cause analysis and recommend desired outcomes. Solving natural resource and land challenges requires a multi-disciplinary approach, which this certificate offers in a collaboration between SER, CALSNR, and Haub. Students become a knowledgeable leader in land management as it relates to energy, agriculture and natural resources with this certificate program. The curriculum offers both a philosophical and functional view that is applicable to a wide range of careers.

Certificate - 16 credit hours


Core Courses - 9-10 credit hours


Select ONE of the following (ENR 1200, AGEC 3400, ENR/AGEC 3750)


Elective Courses - Minimum 6 credit hours from 34 identified courses at UW.


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