QUANTITATIVE SKILLS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

An overview of a range of quantitative analytical methods and statistical approaches essential to environmental management careers in both Integrative Land Management and Sustainable and Resilient Communities. Topics covered include descriptive and inferential statistics, geographic information systems, cost-benefit analysis, and graphic presentation of results. Course empowers students to organize, analyze, and graphically present environmental data. Prerequisites: ENVS 601 and an undergraduate-level course in statistics.

Credits: 
3
Program Code: 
ENVS
Course Number: 
612
Academic Program(s): 
Master in Environmental Management (MEM)
MEM Integrative Land Management Track
MEM Sustainable & Resilient Communities Track