2017-2018 Graduate Studies Catalog

126 ENVM 6370 Environmental Risk Assessment (3-3-0) A survey of economic/ecology issues involved in development and maintenance of the environment. Topics include risk assessment, optimal resource utilization, externalities, regulatory and policy issues of the environment, pollution, and the impact of economic growth on the environment. Course requires Internet access. ENVM 6371 Environmental Management Simulation (3-3-X) An interactive workshop utilizing computer simulation and group discussion to develop cognitive skills. Prerequisite: ENVM 5340. Requires Internet access. ENVM 6391, 6392 Thesis (3-3-0) A thesis processing fee will be assessed. Note: Continuous enrollment in Thesis or Thesis Renewal is required for all fall and spring semesters until completion. Summer enrollment is required if the student anticipates working on the thesis or completing the degree during either summer term. ENVM 6193 Thesis Renewal (1-1-0) A graduate student who has already enrolled for six hours ofthesis credit (6391 and 6392) will be expected to be continuously enrolled for all fall and spring semesters. Summer enrollment is required if the student anticipates working on the thesis or completing the degree during either summer term. ENVM 6473 Environmental Management Internship (4-0-4) Exposure of the student to the practice of environmental management in a professional setting. Prerequisite: Consent of director. Course requires Internet access.

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