Military Land Sustainability Certificate
Our unique Military Land Sustainability Certificate complements your degree and provides the competitive edge you need to succeed after graduating. Any student interested in pursuing a certificate through the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management should consult with their academic advisor.
The Military Land Sustainability Certificate (MLSU) is a web-based program that provides students with an understanding of factors that influence natural resource conservation and management of military lands. The program is comprised of coursework in three integrated, multidisciplinary thematic areas of emphasis: land management, policy analysis and development, and cultural competencies and conflict management. The MLSU can complement existing professional graduate degrees offered in the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management or serve as a stand-alone for non-degree seeking students.
Certificate with Graduate Program
Current students who would like to pursue the certificate should contact Taylor Atkinson or LeAnne Hague to add the program to your curriculum. No additional application is required.
Prospective Students Seeking a Stand-Alone Certificate
Applicants seeking a stand-alone certificate should apply via the TAMU Graduate Admissions website and choose Military Land Sustainability, Certificate as the major.
Required documents to be submitted as part of the application:
- Uploaded transcripts from any college/university previously attended
- Statement of Purpose
- Names and contact information for 3 recommenders to submit letters of recommendation electronically in the application portal
- International Applications: proof of English proficiency must be demonstrated via by one of the methods found on the International Graduates Admission page
|WFSC 641||Sustainable Military Land Management||3|
|WFSC 642||Field Military Land Management 1||1|
|WFSC 644||Wildlife and Natural Resource Policy||3|
|Prescribed Elective Courses|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|ECCB 603||Ecological Modeling|
|ECCB 613||Dynamics of Populations|
|ECCB 651||Geographic Information System for Resource Management|
|ECCB 652/BAEN 652||Advanced Topics in Geographic Information Systems|
|ECCB 660||Landscape Analysis and Modeling|
|ESSM 610||Rangeland Resource Management|
|ESSM 636||Wildland Watershed Management|
|WFSC 618||Wildlife Study Design and Analysis|
|WFSC 630||Ecology and Society|
|WFSC 636||Wildlife Habitat Management|
|WFSC 684||Professional Internship|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||13|
|1 WFSC 642 may be substituted by WFSC 684 with the prior approval of Administrative Director of the program for the 1 credit hour required.|