Natural Resources Endorsed Courses

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability lists courses at the undergraduate and graduate level that have strong Global Environmental Sustainability content with an attribute in the online course catalog. These endorsements help students to indentify courses that will strengthen their literacy in complex global environmental sustainability. Endorsed courses come from almost every college on campus and are approved by the School’s curriculum committee.

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F 721 Forest Policy
Instructor: Tony Cheng
Course Description: Policies and institutions affecting management of forest lands in U.S.
College: Warner College of Natural Resources
Department: Forest and Rangeland Stewardship

FW 555 Conservation Biology
Instructor: Liba P. Goldstein
Course Description: Ecological factors in conservation of biological diversity.
College: Warner College of Natural Resources
Department: Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology

NR 320 Natural Resources History and Policy
Instructor: Tony Cheng
Course Description: History, values and institutions, and policy process guiding natural resources management and conservation.
College: Warner College of Natural Resources
Department: Forest and Rangeland Stewardship, Human Dimensions of Natural Resources

NR/BZ 353 Global Change Ecology in a Changing World
Instructor: Julia Klein, Joe von Fischer
Course Description: Ecological impacts of human-induced global change, and the strategies that can/are being used to adapt to and mitigate these impacts.
College: Natural Sciences
Department: Biology

NR 425 Natural Resource Policy & Sustainability
Instructor: Courtney Schultz
Course Description: Principles, concepts, and operating examples of sustainable resource management with a concentration on forest policies and practices.
College: Warner College of Natural Resources
Department: Forest and Rangeland Stewardship

RS 351 Wildland Ecosystems in a Changing World
Instructor: Julia Klein
Course Description: Understanding and conserving non-forested wildland ecosystems, processes, and services under changing environmental conditions.
College: Warner College of Natural Resources
Department: Forest and Rangeland Stewardship

WR 580A1 Water Resource Development
Instructor: Tom Cech
Course Description: This course is for graduate students and professionals interested in water resources.
College: Warner College of Natural Resources
Department: Forest and Rangeland Stewardship