The Master of Conservation Leadership, Plan C, is a graduate degree which prepares leaders to address complex conservation issues at local, regional, and global scales. The program is built around principles of experiential learning, inter-disciplinary instruction, and applied approaches. Our students work closely with a network of practitioners and organizations throughout the program. Conservation leadership is the option for individuals seeking to make a difference in the lives and ecosystems of our planet.
Effective Spring 2019
|NR 541||Conservation Governance||2|
|NR 543B||Catalyzing Change: Collaborative Conservation||3|
|NR 544D||Conservation Methods: Spatial Information||1|
|NR 544E||Conservation Methods: Integrative Field Work||3|
|NR 545B||Multilevel Views: Society and Conservation- Global||3|
|NR 549A||Conservation and Systems Leadership||3|
|NR 549B||Conservation and Systems Leadership: Field||3|
|NR 562||Ecosystem Services in a Changing World||3|
|NR 564||Systems Thinking and Biodiversity||3|
|NR 586||Conservation Leadership Capstone||6|
|Program Total Credits:||30|
A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.