Wildlife Management: This course involves hands-on activities in wildlife conservation, identifying fish, birds, insects and plants.
Outdoor Recreation:The Outdoor Recreation course is a combination of subject matter and planned learning experiences on the principles involved in outdoor safety, planning outdoor recreational activities, designing parks and special use areas, and outdoor recreational resources on public lands. Instruction include activities such as hunter and boater education and planning, designing, and maintaining an outdoor recreational area.
Aquaculture:This course is designed to teach knowledge and skills in the growing of aquatic plants and animals. Students will plan, build, stock, maintain and harvest an aquaculture system.
Horticulture: This course is a combination of hands-on experiences with propagating, growing, maintaining and marketing greenhouse crops and vegetables. Students will be involved in entrepreneurship by selling the crops that are grown in the greenhouse to the community.