Effective Fall 2016

ESS 501Principles of Ecosystem Sustainability3
ESS 524Foundations for Carbon/Greenhouse Gas Mgmt3
ESS 542Greenhouse Gas Policies2
ESS 543/ATS 543Current Topics in Climate Change2
ESS 545Applications in Greenhouse Gas Inventories4
ESS 587Internship4
STAT 511Design and Data Analysis for Researchers I4
Quantitative Methods 13
Greenhouse Gas Specialization 26
Technical Tools 36
Total Credits37

A minimum of 37 credits are required to complete this program. 

1

Select courses with approval of advisor and graduate committee.

2

Select two courses in ANEQ, F, RS, SOCR, or other area of specialization with approval of advisor and graduate committee.

3

Select two courses from GIS and/or remote sensing with approval of advisor and graduate committee.