Course Number   Course Title / Description / MnTC Goals / Prerequisites Credits
BIOL 131   Conservation of Natural Resources 3  
  An examination of our renewable resources with emphasis on biological requirements, use and management of each resource. A study of interactions of the resources in the total environment as influenced by man's exploitation and the result of the changing philosophies of conservation. The laboratory will emphasize observation, data collection, quantitative measurement and drawing conclusions. Laboratory - 2 hours per week.  
  Minnesota Transfer Goals: 3 10  

 
BIOL 131 is an elective course in the following degrees, diplomas, or certificates:
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2018-2019)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2017-2018)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2016-2017)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2015-2016)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2014-2015)
Art AA Liberal Arts Degree (2013-2014)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2013-2014)
Art AA Liberal Arts Degree (2012-2013)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2012-2013)
Art AA Liberal Arts Degree (2011-2012)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2011-2012)
Art AA Liberal Arts Degree (2010-2011)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2010-2011)
Art AA Liberal Arts Degree (2009-2010)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2009-2010)
Art AA Liberal Arts Degree (2008-2009)
Biological Sciences AS Degree (2008-2009)