Effective Fall 2016
|ESS 501||Principles of Ecosystem Sustainability||3|
|ESS 524||Foundations for Carbon/Greenhouse Gas Mgmt||3|
|ESS 542||Greenhouse Gas Policies||2|
|ESS 543/ATS 543||Current Topics in Climate Change||2|
|ESS 545||Applications in Greenhouse Gas Inventories||4|
|STAT 511||Design and Data Analysis for Researchers I||4|
|Quantitative Methods 1||3|
|Greenhouse Gas Specialization 2||6|
|Technical Tools 3||6|
A minimum of 37 credits are required to complete this program.
Select courses with approval of advisor and graduate committee.
Select two courses in ANEQ, F, RS, SOCR, or other area of specialization with approval of advisor and graduate committee.
Select two courses from GIS and/or remote sensing with approval of advisor and graduate committee.