BCM 700 Conservation Ecology (MS, BCS, F)

Principles of ecology and biodiversity through the lens of conservation planning and policy. Drawing from concepts across multiple disciplines at various spatial and temporal scales in the physical and biological sciences, exploring topics and applications such as watershed management, agricultural practices, wetland delineation, population viability analysis, and ecosystem assessment.

BCM 700 course syllabus

Semesters Offered: Fall 2024, Spring 2024, Spring 2025, Summer 2024

Credits: 3

Degree Level: Master's

Course Track: Biodiversity and Conservation Science-Graduate Certificate (BCS)