Course

Principles of Natural Resource Management

SFS 3742

Principles of Natural Resource Management

4 credits

This course is designed to examine the connection between society and natural resources, and how application of management tools can lead to biodiversity conservation and sustainable livelihoods. This course introduces underlying concepts and practical tools used in addressing complex environmental problems, including protected area planning and management, guidelines for ecologically sustainable development, and environmental impact assessment. Students examine local case studies using the theory and practice learned in this course.

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Semester

Ecological Resilience Studies

Costa Rica
15 Weeks
18 Credits
Spring 2024
Jan 30 - May 10
In the Field
Fall 2024
Sep 4 - Dec 15
Open
Spring 2025
Jan 27 - May 9
Open