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USU Online Natural Resource Courses

Spring Courses:

ENVS 6010: Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management (3 credits)

ENVS 4610/6610: Foundations of Environmental Education (3 credits)

NR 6580: Data Analysis and Programming for NR Managers (3 credits)

NR 6910: Geographic Information Systems for NR Applications (3 credits)

NR 6950: Geospatial Analysis (3 credits)

WILD 6900:  Wildfire Ecology Management (3 credits)

WILD 6850: Data Management & Manipulation using R (1 credit) (syllabus)

NEPA 6310: Technical Writing (1 credit) (Must contact Melanie Conrad for registration)


Summer Courses:

NR 6910: Geographic Information Systems for NR Applications (3 credits)


Fall Courses:

WILD 6400: Ecology of Animal Populations (3 credits) (NOT offered 2017)

WATS 6310: Wetland Ecology and Management (3 credits) (NOT offered 2017)

ENVS 4110/6110: Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management (3 credits)

ENVS 6310: Introduction to Environmental Federal Laws and Policy (3 credits)

ENVS 4620/6620: Environmental Education Practicum (4 credits)

ENVS 6530: Natural Resource Administration (3 credits)

NR 6570: Ecological Foundations of Natural Resource Management (3 credits)

NR 6930: Advanced Geographic Information Systems (3 credits)

NR 6940:  Principles of Remote Sensing of Natural Resources (3 credits)

NR 6900: Forestry & Watershed Management (3 credits)

NEPA 6310: Technical Writing (1 credit) (Must contact Melanie Conrad for registration)

WATS 6650: Principles of Fisheries Management (3 credits) (offered odd years)

WILD 6850: Data Management & Manipulation using R (1 credit) (syllabus)

 

Tuition Costs:

Tuition costs for Out-of-State students is $457 per credit.
Tuition costs for In-State students is based on USU's tuition and fees table.


Short Courses:

NEPA Short Courses - Students are not required to enroll in the NEPA Certificate Program to take the NEPA short courses. These courses can be taken for University graduate-level credit on an individual basis.

Utah Master Naturalist Courses 2017 schedule

WATS 6900: Watersheds - Utah Hogle Zoo  June 12-16 (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)
WATS 6900: Watersheds - Swaner EcoCenter, Park City, UT July 10 - 14th (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)

WATS 6900: Deserts - Grand Staircase-Escalante NM, Escalante May 1 - May 5 (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)
WATS 6900: Deserts - Antelope Island State Park  June 20-24 (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)
WATS 6900: Deserts - Dead horse Point State Park  Sept 25-29 (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)

WATS 6900: Mountains - SLC, UT & Great Basin National Park, NV - SATURDAYS, July 8, Aug. 5, Sept 8-10
WATS 6900: Mountains - Utah's Hogle Zoo, SLC  Aug. 7-11 (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)


*All Utah Master Naturalist courses may be taken for 3 graduate credits.



Espresso and Special Topic Courses

Sediment Transport in Stream Assessment and Design - July 31- Aug. 4 in Logan, UT (MNR students contact Enid Kelley at 435-797-2463 for USU student price) *** MNR students must also register through banner and pay for 2 credits.

WILD 4950/6900 - Field Botany course - Moab, May 15 -19, 2017  3 credits


Contact Information:

Melanie Conrad
Quinney College of Natural Resources
5200 Old Main HIll
Logan, UT 843322-5200
435-797-3375
melanie.conrad@usu.edu

Registration:
Submit a non-degree registration request through Utah State University.  Click on the "Quick Admission" link to begin the registration process. 


Other Natural Resource Programs offered:

Master of Natural Resource (MNR) Degree

Geographic Information Science (GIS) Certificate Program

National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Certificate Program

Natural Resources and Environmental Education Graduate Certificate Program (NREE)