Sustainable Natural Resources Graduate Certificate - Online

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  • Entry requirements
    Students should have a bachelor’s degree in arts, humanities or science, and preferably have at least two years experience working in a natural resources-related field.
  • Course description
    Students will receive graduate-level university credits and a graduate certificate upon successful completion of this online program. With approval, these courses may be transferred to other graduate degree programs at Oregon State University, and may be applied to the OSU Professional Science Master’s (PSM) in Environmental Sciences. To provide maximum flexibility for potential students, these courses may be taken as stand alone courses or taken as part of the certificate program. For students enrolled in the certificate program, five required courses provide 12 credits of the certificate, and students may choose among the other seven SNR courses for the remaining six credits.

    Curriculum – 18 Total Credits Required

    Integration (3 credits required)

        * SNR 511* Sustainable Natural Resource Development (1 credit, introductory course; enroll during first term)
        * SNR 506* Independent Project in Natural Resource Sustainability (2 credits, capstone project; enroll during final term)

    Course Schedule

    All courses in the program will be taught at least twice each year. OSU is on the quarter system: Winter term classes start in early January, Spring term starts in late March or early April, Summer Session starts in late June, and Fall term starts in late September. Registration typically starts two months prior to the start of the term and continues through the first week of the term. Check the Ecampus Schedule of Classes for details.

    Human Dimensions
    (6 - 9 credits required)

        * SNR 520* Social Aspects of Sustainable Natural Resources (3 credits)
        * SNR 521* Economics of Sustainable Natural Resource Management (3 credits)
        * SNR 522 Basic Beliefs and Ethics in Natural Resources (3 credits)

    Ecology & Management (6 - 9 credits required; 17 credits available)

        * SNR 530* Ecological Principles of Sustainable Natural Resources (3 credits)
        * SNR 531 Sustainable Silviculture and Forest Certification (3 credits)
        * SNR 532 Planning Agroforestry Projects (2 credits)
        * SNR 533 Alternative Forest Products (2 credits)
        * SNR 534 Reduced Impact Timber Harvest (2 credits)
        * SNR 535 Sustainable Management of Aquatic and Riparian Resources (3 credits)
        * SNR 540 Global Environmental Change (3 credits)

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