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This program requires 36 credits across four semesters.

EVR 5320 Environmental Resource Management (3) - The scientific and philosophical basis for the management of renewable and nonrenewable energy, mineral, air, water and biotic resources. Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.

STA 6196 Statistics for Environmental Sciences (3) - Environmental Quality Data, Binomial, Poisson, Normal, Lognormal, and Extreme value distributions. Prediction and Tolerance Intervals, Hypothesis Testing of Environmental Quality Data, Risk Assessment, Regression, Spatial Statistics.

EVR 5219 Water Resources Assessment (3) - Elements of hydrological cycle, hydrological processes and water resources assessment with emphasis on surface and groundwater water quantity and quality evaluation is central to the course.

EVR 6950 Graduate Seminar (1) - A weekly seminar that features guest speakers, student presentations, and discussions among graduate students and faculty. Environmental Studies graduate students are required to register during three semesters of their program. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.

For more information, consult the Graduate Catalog.


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