A 15-17 credit undergraduate program providing the professional knowledge and practical expertise needed to reestablish native ecosystems on damaged landscapes. Students learn how to plan industrial activities to avoid long-term ecosystem damage. They engage in restoring damaged landscapes, and learn about permitting, site engineering, and how to reestablish, monitor, and maintain native vegetation.
As a Certificate, Montana Tech does not offer federal financial aid for this program. Some students seeking a degree that is eligible for financial aid may qualify for assistance and should contact Financial Aid at (406) 496-4223 or email@example.com for more information.