Principles and application of conservation relating to complexities of the human relationship with nature. Investigate and integrate social science into management, understand treaties, laws and policies, realize economic and recreational aspects, and consider ethics and advocacy. Enhance cultural competency and build capabilities for communicating and engaging with diverse audiences.
Semesters Offered: Fall 2024, Spring 2024
Degree Level: Master's
Course Track: Conservation Leadership, Policy, and Management Certificate (LPM)