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CNR

CNR | Graduate Studies Office

Physical Address:
975 W. 6th Street
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1142
Moscow, ID 83844-1142

Phone: 208-885-1009

Email: cnr-grad-studies@uidaho.edu

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Policy, Business, Accounting and Financing Courses

Overview of the nature and purpose of general purpose financial statements provided to external decision makers; emphasis on use of financial statement information.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 10000
Credits: 3
Instructor: Unassigned
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Organization and operation of American economy; supply and demand, money and banking, macroeconomic analysis of employment, aggregate output and inflation, public finance, and economic growth.

Semesters: Fall and Spring
CRN: 11188 (Fall) 41169 (Spring)
Credits: 3
Instructor: B. Green
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Microeconomic principles governing production, price relationships, and income distribution.

Semesters: Fall and Spring
CRN: 11191 (Fall) 41173 (Spring)
Credits: 3
Instructor: G. Briand
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Principles and procedures of individual and family management and their relationship to human and economic resources; applications of management principles to spending, saving, borrowing, and investing decisions.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 42237
Credits: 4
Instructor: K. Smathers
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Course content includes an examination of financial counseling and debt management with individuals and families. Topics include principles of financial counseling, budgets, financial statements, credit, debt, collection policies and practices, mortgages, foreclosures, and bankruptcy. After completion, students are eligible to take a national exam towards becoming an Accredited Financial Counselor.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 37088
Credits: 3
Instructor: K. Smathers
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Environment of public administration, politics of organizations, public decision-making, public relations, leadership, personnel administration, financial administration, administration ethics; related topics.

Semesters: Summer
CRN: 84565
Credits: 3
Instructor: M. Overton
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Explores theory and practice of fundraising for nonprofit groups. Surveys public campaigns and communication strategies, fundraising methods, ethics of fundraising, and fundraising leadership/management. Students will develop methods of evaluation for fundraising, and do so by case studies and preparation for fundraising campaigns.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 65992
Credits: 3
Instructor: D. Carter
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Politics, structure, and problems of American cities and other local governments; focus on the urban political economy, the fiscal and social challenges, and the links between public and private sectors; changing social and political functions of American cities and metropolitan fragmentation. Additional projects/assignments required for grad credit.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 38076
Credits: 3
Instructor: M. Overton
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Carries no credit toward master's degree in accounting. Both business and non-business students will learn the critical role played by financial statements as entrepreneurs try to launch a new business. The trade-offs of various funding sources and their impacts on financial statements are also explored. Content will be presented in an integrated manner, rather than concept by concept, to emphasize the interrelatedness of forecasts and assumptions regarding revenues, costs, and financing on financial statements and thus, the resulting business model. Additional projects and/or assignments required for graduate credit. May involve evening exams.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 71994/46361
Credits: 3
Instructor: S. Butler
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Exploration of the practical aspects of moral reasoning on current issues in natural resources. The purpose of the course is to discover the essence of reasoning, rationality, and reflection on moral and ethical dilemmas with regard to current issues in natural resources.

Semesters: Summer
CRN: 82693
Credits: 3
Instructor: J. Barnes
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Program planning and development strategies for learning enterprise workers.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 66276
Credits: 3
Instructor: S. Freeman
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Major writers in public administration theory and concepts such as leadership, supervision, authority, decision-making, and human relations.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 39648
Credits: 3
Instructor: B. Elison
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The course examines the major legal issues involving local government, including tax and spending, public employment contracts, delivery of services and tort liability. Also covered are the relationship problems such as inter-local conflicts and the manner in which state governments and the federal government impact local government. This course also will provide practical instruction on the functions and procedures of municipal governing bodies, municipal courts, and planning and zoning boards.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 41177
Credits: 3
Instructor: A. McLeod
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Political and institutional context for the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of U.S. environmental policy.

Semesters: Summer
CRN: 83899
Credits: 3
Instructor: P. Wilson
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Capstone experience in the Restoration Ecology Certificate Program. Students work independently to develop plan for implementing and assessing the success of ecological restoration; plan must synthesize literature, concepts, and challenges; plan shall be written with graphics and electronic submission for possible Internet publication.

Semesters: Summer
CRN: 83929
Credits: 2
Instructor: T. Wheleer
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Development of an understanding of groups, group behavior, development and socialization of groups, and nature of power, conflict, and leadership in groups; intended for adults who spend time with other adults in groups, committees, teams, or other relationship configurations; emphasis on leadership aspects of group behavior and participation.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 66279
Credits: 3
Instructor: L. Holyoke
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This course is an online course only. The development of natural resource policy with emphasis on the policy process at the federal level in the U.S.; the role of and interrelationships between staff, committees, agencies and elected officials; the relationship of science and scientists with policy and politicians in the development of natural resource policy, including preparation of testimony related to natural resource science and policy issues; implementation of policy within the natural resource agencies and judicial interpretation of major natural resource policies in the U.S.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 68073
Credits: 3
Instructor: J. Force
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Relationships between fire science and management and the federal laws and regulations that affect fire management in wildland ecosystems; the politics of wildland fire; and the effects of wildland fire on wildland-urban interface (WUI) communities.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 38590
Credits: 2
Instructor: J. Force
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CNR

CNR | Graduate Studies Office

Physical Address:
975 W. 6th Street
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1142
Moscow, ID 83844-1142

Phone: 208-885-1009

Email: cnr-grad-studies@uidaho.edu

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