Majors & Certificates
Conservation & Natural Resource
The Lackawanna College Environmental Center Conservation & Natural Resource Certificate program will help you turn your love of nature into a career. Through our program, you can learn about managing wildlife, parks and forests, as well as gain a working knowledge of Northeastern United States ecology and the recreational use of renewable and non-renewable resources.
Through our Conservation & Natural Resource Certificate program, you will be prepared for a career as an entry-level park ranger, forest ranger or interpreter in Pennsylvania state, county, and municipal park systems. The certificate is also a great resume addition for anyone seeking a career in environmental education, recreation or natural resource conservation.
Our Conservation & Natural Resource Certificate program meets the minimum requirement of 15 undergraduate level credits in environmental science, biology or related fields required by the Pennsylvania Civil Service Commission to take the DCNR Ranger Trainee Exam.
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