Students are required to take 4 electives (16 elective units).

One elective must come from each category.

 


 

One course from Category A

Environmental Regulation & Policy

UPPP 205 Environmental Economics & Policy
UPPP 224 Environmental Politics & Policy
UPPP 244 Land Use Policy
UPPP 252 Environmental Law & Policy
UPPP 270 Environmental Ethics
UPPP 275 Special Topics (Rotating)
Bio Sci E189 Environmental Ethics

One course from Category B

Organismal Biology and Diversity

EEB 275 Wildlife Ecology and Sampling
EEB 203A Evolution and Conservation
EE203B Marine Conservation Techniques
Bio Sci E184 Ecology and Diversity of Insects

One course from Category C

Earth & Environmental Science

Eco Evo 227 Plant Physiological Ecology
ESS 200 Global Physical Climate
ESS 138/238 Satellite Remote Sensing for Earth System Science
ESS 140 Advanced Geology
ESS 154 Ecosystem Services
ESS 242 Advanced Atmospheric Chemistry
   

The fourth elective course may be taken in any of the above categories or from the following:

UPPP 235 GIS Problem Solving in Planning
EE 203B Advanced Quantitative Methods

Please note, the courses above are approved electives for MCRS students. However, there is no guarantee that each course will be offered. The courses are scheduled by each department and are subject to change. The MCRS Academic Coordinator works with students to identify their elective choices.

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