Scranton, PA (Vocus) November 14, 2010
Stratford Career Institute is set to offer a newly updated Conservation/Environmental Science distance learning course that includes brand new texts focusing on today’s most significant environmental principles and concerns.
The course curriculum concentrates on the fundamental understanding of the environment as a whole and then introduces lessons on ecosystems, biodiversity, natural resources, and renewable energy. Final lessons touch upon sustaining the Earth’s resources and fighting pollution.
“While Stratford has offered this course for nearly 20 years, a new generation of students has expressed increased interest in learning more about environmental science and the conservation of the Earth’s resources. The upgrades to this course further convey Stratford’s ongoing support of our students’ investment in this important and growing career field,” said Dr. Claude Major, Director of Education at Stratford Career Institute.
Stratford says the Conservation/Environmental Science course is designed for both career minded individuals as well as individuals looking to take a greater interest in the preservation of the Earth.
Interested individuals can obtain free career information about Stratford’s Conservation/Environmental course or any one of the school’s other courses, including their popular high school diploma program, by calling1-800-363-0058 ext 9980 or visiting the career school’s website http://www.scitraining.com.
Stratford Career Institute offers more than 60 distance learning courses in a variety of contemporary career fields as well as a high school diploma program.
About Stratford Career Institute
Stratford Career Institute is a distance learning correspondence school that employs a distinct educational training method allowing students to complete their studies and earn their career diploma at home rather than spending hours in a classroom.
Contemporary online tools combined with traditional correspondence education give students the flexibility to study when it is convenient for them. Instructors are available via e-mail and toll-free phone.