NMC Transfer Guide

To: Lake Superior State University - Main Campus - Sault Ste. Marie

Program: Fisheries and Wildlife Management

Fisheries and Wildlife Management programs place a strong emphasis on understanding the relationship between organisms and their habitats by blending a conceptual understanding of fish and wildlife ecology and population dynamics with practical skills obtained during laboratory and field exercises. Students graduating from this rigorous, applied curriculum can meet the qualifications of state and federal natural resource management agencies as technicians and biologists.

Lake Superior State University (L.S.S.U.) offers three concentrations: Fisheries and Wildlife Management (general); Fisheries Management concentration; Wildlife Management concentration. The courses listed below will work for all three concentrations.

ADMISSION CRITERIA

  1. GPA of a 2.0

BASIC REQUIREMENTS

Completion of the basic education requirements listed below, will complete the MACRAO agreement and the general education requirements at L.S.S.U. Upon request in NMC's Records Office, the MACRAO will be placed on your transcripts.

Communications

Credits

ENG 111 & 112

English Composition

8

Humanities

Credits

Click here to select 8 or more credits in Humanities from two different departments.

8

Science/Math

Credits

BIO 115/L

Cell, Plant and Ecosystem Biology

4

BIO 116/L

Cell and Animal Biology

4

BIO 215

Genetics

3

BIO 260/L

General Ecology

5

CHM 150 & 151

General Chemistry I

5

CHM 151/L/R

General Chemistry II

5

MTH 121

College Algebra (placement test, or MTH 111 prerequisite)

4

MTH 131

Probability and Statistics

3

MTH 141

Calculus I (MTH 122 prerequisite)
NOTE: You may take an applied calculus course at L.S.S.U. instead of the MTH 122/Trig and Calc I course at NMC.

5

Social Science

Credits

Click here to select 8 or more credits in Social Sciences from at least two areas

8


MAJOR and ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

COM 111

Speech                                                                  

4


Northwestern Michigan College does not assume final responsibility for the accuracy of information on this guide. The final responsibility for the successful transfer of classes suggested on this guide rests with you and the institution you plan to transfer to. It is strongly recommended that you visit the institution as early in your academic career (prior to transfer) as possible.

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