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Environmental Sciences


EVRN 6110 - Water Quality, Land Use, and Watershed Ecosystems 

Water quality issues are integrated with land use planning and the development of watershed management strategies. Interrelationships among the hydrologic cycle, atmospheric deposition, nutrient transformations and pesticide use are examined in regards to stream, lake, and groundwater quality.


EVRN 7200 - Fluvial Geomorphology

Fluvial Geomorphology develops an understanding of the research processes as applied to river systems by means of qualitative and quantitative research methods and approaches to solve problems. Applications of fluvial principles to river management and stream restoration are examined, as well as interactions between land use and geomorphic processes.
Registration: $1,185


EVRN 7740 - Financial Management in Science Organizations​

The goal of this course is to gain an understanding of finance, budget, and accounting in a science organization. The student will learn how to interpret and understand basic financial statements; how to make good decisions based on them; learn essential accounting concepts and characteristics of accounting systems; and budgeting/ forecasting in a science-based organization.
Registration: $740



EVRN 6160 - Environmental Impact Assessment

EVRN 7750 - Organizational Communication for Science Managers

EVRN 7210 - Environmental Regulation and Policy

EVRN 7400 - Soil Science for Environmental Assessment 


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