Wildlife Lab Program

Wildlife and Resource Management

As new environmental issues continuously emerge, you can become a leader of change and innovation.

Throughout this course, students will develop responses to environmental problems and develop management strategies for responsible conservation and resource development. A mix of creative and scientific research will be critical to proposing new solutions to ever-changing global needs.

Program Highlights:

  • Real-world applications of science at our multi-habitat land lab, working

    outdoors in all types of weather

  • Study relationships between organisms and their environment Principles of biogeochemical cycles,

    air-water-land relationships, non- point pollution, and wetlands

  • Examine fundamentals of resource development, agriculture sustainability, energy needs, and

    pollution control

  • Analyze and interpret data gathered from studies on the ecosystem

  • Participate in an individually

    designed and researched final project

  • Take advantage of professional internship opportunities

  • Learn through hands-on experiences outside in the local environment

  • Use of power equipment

Areas of Study:

  • Wildlife biology

  • Reptiles and amphibians

  • Environmental issues and laws

  • Forestry and forestry management

  • Use of power equipment

  • Bio fuel creation

  • GIS Mapping

  • Wildlife monitoring

  • Water quality

  • Pond and stream studies

  • Drone technology

  • Alternative energies

  • Bird identification

  • Forestry management plans

  • Plant trees and pollinator habitats

  • Care and handling of animals

Credits Available:

  • 3 elective credits per year

  • College credits available through an articulation agreement with Columbus State Community College, Hocking College and through Career-Technical Assurance Guides (CTAGs)

CTAGs are transferrable to Ohio public colleges. Credits vary per program.

Wildlife and Resource Management

  • Ducks Unlimited Ecology Conservation & Management

  • CSAW

  • First Aid/CPR

  • OSHA 10-Hour Safety Certification***

  • Multiple credentials available, based on individual preference and ability

***Industry credential recognized by ODE for points toward graduation.

Download the full Wildlife and Resource Management fact sheet in English, en Español, or Somali.

Wildlife Students

Overview Videos


Wildlife & Resource Management I Fee Sheet

Wildlife & Resource Management II Fee Sheet

Map to Wildlife Classroom at Camp Lazarus

This program is participating in the Chromebook One to One Experience. An additional one-time fee to purchase a Chromebook will be waived if you are a returning student who has already participated in the Chromebook One to One Experience or if you are bringing your own technology. Learn more about the Chromebook One to One Experience.

To ask more questions about any program or to schedule a tour of our campus, contact Administrative Assistant to the Enrollment Coordinator, Mariellen Murray at (740) 201-3216 or MurrayM@DelawareAreaCC.org.

Apply Online. Application opens in November.

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