ESE Student Handbook
Download the ESE Student Handbook
(Updated April 2011)
Core Course AreasThe ESE program focuses on seven core course areas (list below) supporting the five major themes:
Core Course Areas:
Download a listing of courses categorized by core area. This Excel file was last updated June 18, 2010 and contains multiple worksheets Ė one for each core course area (selection tabs at bottom of excel file). The excel file of courses is always undergoing revision as new courses are offered, and should be used only as a guideline.
All students must take during their degree program or have taken in their previous degree program* the following courses:
Although listed as one of the core areas, the professional development core is not required, but strongly encouraged. There are several professional development courses that may be of interest and relevant to your unique research area. Such courses can be identified with the help of your advisory committee. Participating in the planning of the annual ESE Symposium also serves as a professional development activity.
ESE Seminar course - Spring Semester.
The ESE Spring Seminar course evaluated Ecosystem Resilience related to land use practices.
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