School of Science

School of Science


Department Chairperson: Dr. Germaine Daye
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Phone: 505.786.4176

D.V.M., Colorado State University
B.A., Biology, Colorado College

Environmental Science and Natural Resources, Bachelor of Science, Associate of Applied Science, or Certificate
The Environmental Science and Natural Resources Bachelor of Science degree program focuses on Environmental and Natural Resources management with an emphasis on environmental regulations compliance. The program is designed to meet the needs of tribal, state, and federal environmental and natural resources management and enforcement entities. The program provides a broad background in natural resources management, covering natural science courses, chemistry, mathematics, statistics, environmental law, and regulations enforcement. The program focuses on addressing environmental and natural resources management in Native American communities and homelands.

Veterinary Technology, Associate of Applied Science
The Veterinary program will prepare students for employment as veterinary assistants, tribal rangers, paramedical veterinary assistants, wildlife or animal control officers, feedlot animal health technicians, and other relevant occupations. The program consists of a variety of practical hands-on projects along with formal classroom instruction which will produce well-trained individuals able to perform the duties required for entering animal health or related fields. Instruction and clinical duties include large, small and exotic animals. Students will participate in the classroom, laboratory, clinic, and field while working with veterinarians and instructors in real life situations. Students are required to complete their internship during the summer after the second semester.


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