Phoenix College - Environmental and Natural Resource Stewardship Program

ID# 000837
1202 W. Thomas Road
Phoenix, AZ 85013
United States
602-285-7777 (Main Phone)
Description
The Environmental and Natural Resource Stewardship (ENRS) Program at Phoenix College is a cooperative effort involving Phoenix College, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, and other community partners. Development of the Phoenix College ENRS Program has been funded in large part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

The primary goal of the Phoenix College ENRS Program is to help students develop and internalize values of civic engagement in the area of environmental and natural resource stewardship. Through interdisciplinary studies and field experiences, ENRS Program students obtain a fundamental understanding of the multidimensional aspects of environmental and natural resource issues. During their studies, ENRS students acquire transferable knowledge and analytical skills which will provide a strong foundation for advanced degrees and/or careers related to environmental and natural resource conservation, stewardship, and sustainability.

Certificate / Degree Options:

• CCL Environmental and Natural Resource Conservation
• AC Environmental and Natural Resource Stewardship
• AAS Environmental and Natural Resource Sustainability

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Environmental and Natural Resource Conservation program is designed for students seeking educational and professional development in the fields of natural resource management, wildland firefighting, and other conservation and outdoor-related occupations.

The Academic Certificate (AC) in Environmental and Natural Resources Stewardship program develops knowledge and understanding of the environmental and natural resource issues, problems, and policies through the study of selected courses. Students will examine the ethical theories and moral principles of global environmental issues, explore methods of inquiry, and the human impact on ecosystems and human policy related to natural resources.

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Environmental and Natural Resource Sustainability program is designed for students seeking educational and professional development in occupations related to the sustainable use of resources. Students will gain an understanding of the multidimensional nature of modern sustainability issues, problems, and policies, ethical theories and moral principles of global environmental issues, methods of inquiry, human impact on ecosystems, and public policy related to environmental and natural resources. In addition, students participate in field and internship activities. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) is also available.
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