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The Restoration Ecology and Habitat Management curriculum integrates Ecology and Management, Tools and Technology, and Policy, Planning, and Society. Students select courses from within each of these categories, in addition to completing a 16 credit Core Curriculum. Up to 12 semester credits can be transferred into the program from other institutions. Coursework must include a minimum of 18 credits numbered 500 or above. All 32 courses below are available entirely online.

30 Total Credits Required:

ENVS 579 Introduction to Environmental Regulations (3 credits) -OR- NRS 588 NEPA in Policy and Practice (3 credits)
FISH 540 Wetland Restoration (3 credits)
NR 599 Non-Thesis Research (2 credits)
NRS 580 Restoration Ecology Practicum (2 credits)
REM 440 Restoration Ecology (3 credits)
REM 507 Landscape and Habitat Dynamics (3 credits)

FISH 515 Large River Fisheries (2 credits)
FISH 525 Aquaculture in Relation to Wild Fish Populations (2 credits)
FOR 526 Fire Ecology (3 credits)
REM 429 Landscape Ecology (3 credits)
REM 456 Integrated Rangeland Management (3 credits)
REM 459 Rangeland Ecology (3 credits)
SOIL 422 Environmental Soil Chemistry (3 credits)
SOIL 446 Soil Fertility (3 credits)
SOIL/ENVS 444/544 Water Quality in the Pacific Northwest (3 credits)
WLF 440 Conservation Biology (3 credits)

ENVS/BIOP 423/523 Planning Sustainable Places (3 credits)
ENVS 548 Drinking Water and Human Health (3 credits)
ENVS 579 Introduction to Environmental Regulations (3 credits: if not taken in the Core)
FOR 584 Natural Resource Policy Development (3 credits)
FS/ENVS 536 Principles of Sustainability (3 credits)
NRS 507 Moral Reasoning in Natural Resources (3 credits)
NRS 576 Environmental Project Management and Decision Making (2 credits)
NRS 588 NEPA in Policy and Practice (3 credits: if not taken in the Core)

ENVS 450 Environmental Hydrology (3 credits)
FOR 451 Fuels Inventory and Management (3 credits)
GEOG 524 Hydrologic Applications of GIS and Remote Sensing (3 credits)
NRS 578 LIDAR and Optical Remote Sensing Analysis (3 credits)
PLSC 419 Plant Community Restoration Methods (2 credits)
REM 407 GIS Application in Fire Ecology and Management (2 credits)
REM 410 Principles of Vegetation Monitoring and Measurement (2 credits) -OR- REM 520 Advanced Vegetation Measurement and Monitoring (3 credits)
WLF 540 Conservation Genetics (1-3 credits)
WLF 561 Landscape Genetics (2 credits)

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