The course content and applied assignments in this graduate certificate seek to integrate a holistic approach for sustainable practices with lands, animals, and people in private and public sectors using history, philosophy, policy, management techniques, leadership, education, and communications to improve environmental management, human interactions, and social/environmental justice.
Students will gain critical insights into issues, uses, and management of natural resources. Students will gain an understanding and develop skills to review situations and viewpoints that impact public and private debate, and use assignments that may influence decisions in conservation. Upon completion of this certificate, students will have foundations to be stronger leaders, better communicators, and more active members of their communities.
Effective Fall 2017
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|Select a minimum of 4 courses in consultation with advisor:||12|
|Leopold's Ethic for Wildlife and Land|
|Wildlife Habitat Management on Private Land|
|Wildlife Policy, Administration, and Law|
|Leadership and Public Communications|
|Natural Resources Policy and Biodiversity|
|Action for Sustainable Behavior|
|Program Total Credits:||12|
*This certificate may have courses in common with other graduate certificates. A student may earn more than one certificate, but a given course may be counted only in one certificate.