Resource Conservation

If you are interested in addressing real-world environmental challenges, consider a career in resource conservation. The challenging and rapidly evolving field of environmental conservation requires broad training and the ability to integrate and communicate across disciplines. Using the latest technologies and techniques, students in FVCC’s Resources Conservation Transfer Track gain extensive hands-on experience collecting data in the field, analyzing it in the lab and communicating results in various formats.

Work with FVCC academic advisors to customize your degree so you're prepared to transfer and study Resource Conservation. In two years, earn an associate degree, complete lower-level general education requirements, and prepare to transfer to any four-year institution to earn a bachelor’s degree.


Transfer tracks are customized programs of study that prepare students to transfer. You will earn an Associate of Arts (AA) or an Associate of Science (AS) degree customized to your interests and transfer needs.

Associate of Science (AS) Degree Requirements