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1 Environmental and Conservation Sciences Program Course Requirements North Dakota State University, May, 2013 Requirements for M.S. Degree in Environmental and Conservation Sciences Each M.S. student will complete a minimum of 16 didactic course credits plus 1 credit ECS graduate seminar. The didactic credits must include at least 1 ECS core course, 1 ECS track course and BIOC 720-Scientific Integrity. The core course must come from outside of the student s chosen track; i.e., a student in the conservation biology track, must select a core course from either the a) environmental science track or b) the environmental social sciences track. A total of 30 credits are required for a M.S. degree in Environmental and Conservation Sciences. Requirements for Ph.D. Degree in Environmental and Conservation Sciences Each Ph.D. student will complete at least 27 credits of didactic courses plus the ECS graduate seminar for 1 credit. The didactic courses will include: 3 core courses (9 credits), a minimum of 15 credits from a chosen track, and 3 credits of electives from the other track or other NDSU courses numbered or The 15 track credits must be from at least 2 course categories. Two of the three core course must come from outside of the student s chosen track; i.e., for a student in the conservation biology track, two of the three core courses from either the a) environmental science track or b) the environmental social sciences track. Of the 27 didactic courses, a total of 15 credits must be at the 700 level. BIOC 720: Scientific Integrity: 1 credit, A total of 90 credits are required. For students entering the program with a Master s Degree or previous graduate coursework, up to 12 credits of previous graduate work can transfer and be counted toward the 27 credits. Such transferred credits must be - approved by the student s advisory committee, the program director and the NDSU registrar. The student must earn no fewer than 60 graduate credits at NDSU. Of these, no fewer than 15 credits must be at the 700 level ( & 791). CORE COURSES Masters Students must select one core course which cannot come from the list of core courses within his/her own track. Ph.D. students must take three core courses, two of which cannot come from the list of core courses within his/her own track. Conservation Biology Track Conservation Biology (ZOO 675 or ZOO 750) Credits Environmental Science Track 3 Hydrogeology (GEOL 613) Credits Environmental Social Sciences Track 3 Environmental History (HIST 634) Credits 3 Hazardous Waste Site Remediation (CE 770) 3 Environmental Sociology (SOC 631) 3 Environmental Law and Policy (ECS 770) 3 Natural Resources Economics (ECON 681) 3

2 ECS COURSE CREDITS SUMMARY M.S. Ph.D. CORE COURSE(S) 3cr 9cr SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY (BIOC 720) 1cr 1cr CONSERVATION BIOLOGY TRACK CATEGORIES Biodiversity Ecology and Evolution Human dimensions and Management Research Tools Track Total 12cr 17 cr ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES TRACK CATEGORIES Water Sciences Soil and Solid Waste Environmental Management Research Tools Track Total 12cr 17 cr ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL SCIENCES TRACK CATEGORIES Social Science Theory Cultural and Behavioral Aspects Management Techniques Research Tools Track Total 12cr 17 cr NOTE: ECS often recruits students with varying backgrounds, thus all students should verify with course instructors whether their prior coursework is adequate preparation for any course prior to enrollment.

3 Conservation Biology Track Courses NOTE: Upon approval by their graduate committee, students may take other NDSU graduate level courses not listed below. BIODIVERSITY COURSES Biological Sciences BOT 714 Advanced Systematic Botany 3 Biological Sciences BOT 717 Aquatic Vascular Plants 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 650 Invertebrate Zoology 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 652 Ichthyology 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 658 Mammalogy 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 665 Ornithology 3 Biological Sciences BIOL 681 Wetland Science 3 Entomology ENT 750 Systematic Entomology 3 Range Sciences RNG 716 Agrostology 3 ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION COURSES Biological Sciences BIOL 631 Intermediate Genetics 3 Biological Sciences BIOL 659 Evolution 3 Biological Sciences BIOL 640 Microbial Ecology 3 Biological Sciences BOT 660 Plant Ecology 3 Biological Sciences BOT 762 Environment and Adaptation 3 Biological Sciences BOT 764 Ecological Processes 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 662 Physiological Ecology 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 670 Limnology 3 Biological Sciences BIO/ZOO 766 Advanced Animal Behavior 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 760 Evolutionary Ecology 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 770 Aquatic Community Ecology 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 776 Animal Population Dynamics 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 784 Animal Research Principles 3 Range Science RNG 658 Grazing Ecology 3 Range Science RNG 650 Range plants 3 Entomology ENT 770 Insect Ecology 3 Geosciences GEOL 640 Quaternary Biology 3 Plant Sciences PLSC 631 Intermediate Genetics 3 Plant Sciences PLSC 737 Advanced Genetics 3 Plant Sciences PLSC 781 Quantitative Genetics 3 Soil Science SOIL 640 Environmental Modeling 3 Soil Science SOIL 610 Soil and the Environment 3 Soil Science SOIL 647 Microclimatology 3 Plant Science PLSC 731 Plant molecular Genetics 3 HUMAN DIMENSIONS Agricultural Economics AGEC 680 Environmental Economics 3 Agriculture & Biosystems Engineering ABEN 747 Numerical Modeling of Environmental and Biological Systems 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 672 Fisheries Biology 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 674 Fisheries Management 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 675 Conservation Biology 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 676 Wildlife Ecology and Management 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 677 Wildlife and Fisheries Management Techniques 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 750 Advanced Conservation Biology 3 Communication COMM 755 Rhetoric of Environmental Science 3 Communication COMM 783 Conflict Resolution 3 Environmental and Conservation Sciences ECS 750 Environmental Decision Analysis 3

4 Environmental and Conservation Sciences ECS 760 Environmental Impact Assessment 3 Natural Resources Management NRM 702 Natural Resource Management 3 Natural Resources Management NRM 653 Rangeland Resource/Watershed Management 3 Political Science POLS 642 Global Policy Issues 3 Political Science POLS 650 Politics of Developing Countries 3 Natural Resources Management NRM 631 NEPA and Environment Impact Assessment 3 Natural Resources Management NRM 701 Terrestrial Resource Management 3 Range Sciences RNG 654 Wetland Resources Management 3 Range Sciences RNG 656 Range Habitat Management 3 Social Science/Anthropology ANTH SOC 639: Social Change Social Science/Anthropology ANTH 650 Cultural Anthropology 3 Social Science/Anthropology ANTH 662 Cultural Ecology 3 Soil Science SOIL 680 Soils and Pollutions 3 RESEARCH TOOLS Biological Sciences BIOL 742 (ENT 742) Quantitative Biology 3 Biological Sciences BIOL 680 Ecotoxicology 3 Animal Sciences ANSC 740 Data Analysis and Design of Experiments 3 Civil Engineering CE 677 Applied Hydrology 3 Emergency MGMT EMGT 614: Spatial Analysis in Emergency Management English ENGL 659 Grant/Proposal Writing 3 English ENGL 758 Topics in Rhetoric and Writing 3 Geosciences GEOG 655 Introduction to GIS 3 Geosciences GEOG 656 Advanced GIS 3 Geosciences GEOL 612 Geomorphology Geosciences GEOL 670 Remote Sensing 3 Plant Sciences PLSC 724 Field Design I 3 Plant Sciences PLSC 710 Professional Development I 1 Plant Sciences PLSC 711 Professional Development II 1 Plant Science PLC 724 Field Design I 3 Range Science RNG 765 Analysis of ecosystems 3 Psychology PSYC 640 Experimental Methods 3 Range Science RNG 652 Geographic Information Systems in Range Survey 3 Social Science SOC 701 Quantitative Methods 3 Soil Science SOIL 665 Soil and Plant Analysis 3 Soil Science SOIL 784 Advanced Soil Genesis, Morphology & Classification 3 Statistics STAT 661 Applied Regression Models 3 Statistics STAT 662 Introduction to Experimental Design 3 Statistics STAT 663 Non-parametric statistics 3 Statistics STAT 665 Meta-analyses Methods 3 Statistics STAT 670 Statistical SAS programming 3 Statistics STAT 725 Applied Statistics 3 Statistics STAT 726 Applied Regression and Analysis of Variance 3 Statistics STAT 730 Bio-statistics 3 Statistics STAT 761 Advanced Regression 3 Statistics STAT 770 Survival Analyses 3

5 Environmental Sciences Track Curriculum NOTE: Upon approval by their graduate committee, students may take other NDSU graduate level courses not listed below. WATER SCIENCE COURSES Agriculture & Biosystems Engineering ABEN 664 Resource Conservation and Irrigation Engineering 3 Agriculture & Biosystems Engineering ABEN 684 Drainage and Wetland Engineering Agriculture & Biosystems Engineering ABEN 765 Small Watershed Hydrology and Modeling 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 670 Limnology 3 Biological Sciences BIOL 681 Wetland Science 3 Civil Engineering CE 610 Water and Wastewater Engineering 3 Civil Engineering CE 676 Watershed Modeling 3 Civil Engineering CE 677 Applied Hydrology 3 Civil Engineering CE 678 Water Quality Management 3 Civil Engineering CE 679 Advanced Water and Wastewater Engineering 3 Civil Engineering CE 776 Groundwater 3 Geosciences GEOL 628 Geochemistry 3 Geosciences GEOL 640 Hydrogeology 3 SOIL & SOLID WASTE COURSES Agriculture & Biosystems Engineering ABEN 696 Waste Management and Bioprocessing 2 Civil Engineering CE 672 Solid Waste Management 3 Civil Engineering CE 770 Hazardous Waste Management 3 Civil Engineering CE 775 Industrial Waste Management 3 Soil Science SOIL 610 Soil and the Environment 2 Soil Science SOIL 633 Soil Water Relationship and Management 2 Soil Science SOIL 733 Environmental Modeling 2 Soil Science SOIL 783 Advanced Soil Physics 3 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Biological Sciences ZOO 674 Fisheries Management 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 675 Conservation Biology 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 676 Wildlife Ecology and Management 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 677 Wildlife and Fisheries Management Techniques 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 750 Advanced Conservation Biology 3 Civil Engineering CE 678 Water quality Management 3 Civil Engineering CE 672 Solid Waste Management 3 Communication COMM 783 Conflict Resolution 3 Environmental and Conservation Sciences ECS 750 Environmental Decision Analysis 3 Environmental and Conservation Sciences ECS 760 Environmental Impact Assessment 3 Natural Resources Management NRM 702 Natural Resource Management 3 Range Sciences RNG 654 Wetland Resources Management 3 Range Sciences RNG 656 Range Habitat Management 3 Range Science RNG 701 Terrestrial Resource Management 3 RESEARCH TOOLS Agriculture & Biosystems Engineering ABEN 682 Instrumentation and Measurements 3 Agriculture & Biosystems Engineering ABEN 644 Transport Process in Biological and Environmental Systems 3 Agriculture & Biosystems Engineering ABEN 747 Numerical Modeling of Environmental and Biological Systems 3 Animal Sciences ANSC 740 Data Analysis and Design of Experiments 3 Biological Sciences BIOL 680 Ecotoxicology 3 Civil Engineering CE 677 Applied Hydrology 3

6 Emergency MGMT EMGT 614: Spatial Analysis in Emergency Management English ENGL 659 Grant/Proposal Writing 3 English ENGL 758 Topics in Rhetoric and Writing 3 Geosciences GEOG 655 Introduction to GIS 3 Geosciences GEOG 656 Advanced GIS 3 Geosciences GEOL 612 Geomorphology Geosciences GEOL 670 Remote Sensing 3 Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering IME 660 Evaluation of Engineering Data 3 Range Sciences RNG 652 Geographic Information Systems in Range Survey 3 Sociology/Anthropology SOC 700: Qualitative Methods Soil Science SOIL 665 Soil and Plant Analysis 3 Statistics STAT 662 Introduction to Experimental Design 3 Statistics STAT 725 Applied Statistics 3 Statistics STAT 726 Applied Regression and Analysis of Variance 3 Statistics STAT 761 Advanced Regression 3

7 Environmental Social Sciences Track Courses NOTE: Upon approval by their graduate committee, students may take other NDSU graduate level courses not listed below. SOCIAL SCIENCE THEORY Agricultural Economics AGEC 741 Advanced Microeconomics 3 Anthropology ANTH 680 Development of Anthropological Theory 3 Sociology SOC 622 Development of Social Theory 3 Sociology SOC 723 Social Theory 3 Communication COMM 611 Communication Theory 3 Communication COMM 705 Advanced Communication Theory 3 Communication COMM 711 Communication Theory 3 Economics ECON 640 Game Theory and Strategy 3 Political Science POLS 720 Theoretical Perspectives to the Study of Political Science 3 CULTURAL AND BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS Agricultural Economics AGEC 711 Applied Risk Analysis I 3 Anthropology ANTH 662 Anthropology and the Environment 3 Anthropology ANTH 664 Disaster and Culture 3 Anthropology ANTH 650 Cultural Anthropology 3 Anthropology ANTH 662 Cultural Ecology 3 Communication COMM 755 Rhetoric of Environmental Science 3 Economics ECON 656 History of Economic Thought 3 Economics ECON 681 Natural Resource Economics 3 Economics ECON 682 Environmental Economics 3 History 634 Environmental History 3 Political Science POLS 642 Global Policy Issues 3 Political Science POLS 650 Politics of Developing Countries 3 Political Science POLS 653 Environmental Policy and Politics 3 Sociology SOC 631 Environmental Sociology 3 Sociology SOC 643 International Disasters 3 Sociology SOC 639 Social Change 3 MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES Biological Sciences ZOO 674 Fisheries Management 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 675 Conservation Biology 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 676 Wildlife Ecology and Management 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 677 Wildlife and Fisheries Management Techniques 3 Biological Sciences ZOO 750 Advanced Conservation Biology 3 Communication COMM 783 Conflict Resolution 3 Environmental and Conservation Sciences ECS 750 Environmental Decision Analysis 3 Environmental and Conservation Sciences ECS 760 Environmental Impact Assessment 3 Geology GEOL 660 Biogeochemistry 3 Natural Resources Management NRM 631 NEPA and Environment Impact Assessment 3 Natural Resources Management NRM 632 Environmental Impact Statement 3 Natural Resources Management NRM 653 Rangeland Resource/Watershed Management 3 Natural Resources Management NRM 702 Natural Resource Management Planning 3 Natural Resources Management NRM 701 Terrestrial Resource Management 3 Range Sciences RNG 654 Wetland Resources Management 3 Range Sciences RNG 656 Range Habitat Management 3 Sociology SOC 604 Community Assessment 3 Transportation & Logistics TL 755 Context Sensitive Solutions 3

8 RESEARCH TOOLS Agricultural Economics AGEC 739 Analytical Methods for Applied Economics 3 Agricultural Economics AGEC 701 Research Philosophy 1 Anthropology ANTH 650 Qualitative Methods in Cultural Anthropology 3 Communication 700 COMM Research Methods in Communication Communication 708 COMM Advanced Qualitative Methods in Communication Research Communication 700 COMM Advanced Quantitative Methods in Communication ResearchBiological Sciences Biology BIOL 750 Advanced Ecology 3 Economics ECON 610 Econometrics 3 Economics ECON 710 Advanced Econometrics 3 Emergency MGMT EMGT 614: Spatial Analysis in Emergency Management English ENGL 659 Grant/Proposal Writing 3 English ENGL 758 Topics in Rhetoric and Writing 3 Geosciences GEOG 655 Introduction to GIS 3 Geosciences GEOG 656 Advanced GIS 3 Psychology PSYC 640 Experimental Methods 3 Range Science RNG 765 Analysis of ecosystems 3 Range Science RNG 652 Geographic Information Systems in Range Survey 3 Sociology 700: Qualitative Methods Sociology SOC 701 Quantitative Methods 3 Statistics 660: Applied Survey Sampling Statistics STAT 661 Applied Regression Models 3 Statistics STAT 662 Introduction to Experimental Design 3 Statistics STAT 663 Non-parametric statistics 3 Statistics STAT 665 Meta-analyses Methods 3 Statistics STAT 670 Statistical SAS programming 3 Statistics STAT 725 Applied Statistics 3 Statistics STAT 726 Applied Regression and Analysis of Variance 3 Statistics STAT 730 Bio-statistics 3 Statistics STAT 761 Advanced Regression 3 Statistics STAT 770 Survival Analyses 3 *Upon approval by their graduate committee students may take other NDSU graduate level courses not listed above. This information subject to revision.

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