University Catalog 2023-2024

College of Natural Resources (CNR)

CNR 110  CNR First-year Advancement Seminar  (1 credit hours)  

CNR 110 provides an opportunity for a diverse student population to explore the question of race and cultural differences in a global society. This course requires that participants actively explore their biases and cultural prejudices for greater enlightenment. The class is designed to help students develop the capacity to have difficult discussions around issues of race and other topics (gender, sexual orientation). This course challenges sources of conventional information such as media outlets, empirical data, and prevailing folklore. The course represents an opportunity to have a positive impact on the matriculation and graduation rate of diverse student populations through positive reinforcement and affirmation of cultural heritage and background. Freshman First Year Entering Students Only.

Restriction: CNR First-Year Students Only

GEP U.S. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, GEP U.S. Diversity

Typically offered in Fall and Spring

CNR 295  Special Topics in College of Natural Resources  (1-3 credit hours)  

Special topics in the College of Natural Resources at the 200 level for offering of courses on an experimental basis.

Typically offered in Fall, Spring, and Summer

CNR 490  Senior Honors Seminar  (2 credit hours)  

Oral presentations of the results of the senior honors projects. Additional special seminars and group discussions to enrich and broaden student perspectives.

Prerequisite: 4 credit hours of Independent Study

Typically offered in Fall, Spring, and Summer