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Education Details

Environmental Conservation
Award type: BAS
Skagit Valley College

Program Details
Program Overview for Environmental Conservation
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Skagit Valley College
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Program contact
Dr. Claus Svendsen, Ph.D
(360) 416-7816
Program description
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Conservation (BASEC) builds on the existing AAS-T degree in Environmental Conservation at Skagit Valley College or other comparable AAS-T degrees in natural resources. Students are primarily accepted to start during fall quarter. The BASEC degree opportunity is designed to meet the growing employment needs for graduates with advanced skills in environmental sciences and natural resource management. Graduates with a BASEC will acquire the necessary skills for advanced field and laboratory work and be able to move into management and supervisory positions within natural resource management divisions in the public and private sector.
Financial Information
Approximately $2300 per quarter
Tuition per credit
$220.51 (WA Resident)
Students pay a Student Technology Fee of $5.00 per credit ($40 maximum), a Student Self-Assessed Fee of $1.50 per credit ($15 maximum), a General Fee of $4.50 ($67.50 maximum) and a Technology Fee of $12.00 per credit.
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Program Information
Length of training
18 Months
Award type
Locations offered
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Public transportation service: Skagit Transit

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Offered evenings/weekends
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Entrance requirements
Application Process:
Certification/license required to work in this field
Certification/license obtained as part of training program
Certification/license test preparation provided