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Auburn University has expanded program options for students interested in careers focused on natural resources with the launch of five new minors, including Coastal Management, Environmental Law, Forest Health, management of forest seedling nurseries and urban forestry.
Created to address current challenges identified by industry and existing employment gaps in the workforce, minors will allow students to specialize their education when paired with other degrees on campus. or build on the natural resource management curriculum from the College of Forestry, Wildlife and the Environment. Bachelor of Science.
The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment will officially launch the new miners with A Slice of Learning: An Open House to Introduce CFWE’s New Miners Wednesday, October 26 at 5 p.m. in room 2217 of the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment Building located at 602 Duncan Drive in Auburn.
Current Auburn students are invited to the open house for pizza and a chat with advisors and faculty experts about programs, enrollment requirements, and employment opportunities.
To attend, students must register for the open house no later than 2 p.m. on Wednesday, October 26. To receive information about the programs, they can visit this page or contact the college’s student advisers by email at [email protected]
Submitted by: Jamie Anderson