Wilderness Management Graduate Certificate
The certificate provides students and professionals with training and expertise in the key topics related to wilderness management. Courses cover the history and philosophy of the wilderness system, wilderness law and policy, wilderness recreation management, wilderness ecosystem conservation and resource monitoring, and wilderness planning. Taken together these courses provide the necessary foundation for students to pursue careers in wilderness management. Courses are offered via distance learning (online and correspondence) through the Wilderness Management Distance Education Program in the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation.
Graduate Certificate - Wilderness Management
W.A Franke College of Forestry and Conservation
Catalog Year: 2022-23
Program Specific Credits: 15
Required Cumulative GPA: 3.0
- Each graduate course requires students to submit an original research paper.
Note: NRSM 560, NRSM 561, and PTRM 562 can be taken in any order, but NRSM 563 serves as a capstone and cannot be taken until the other three courses have been completed.
|Complete all of the following courses:|
|NRSM 560||American Wilderness Philosophy & Policy||4|
|NRSM 561||Management of Wilderness Ecosystems||4|
|NRSM 563||Wilderness Planning||4|
|PTRM 562||Managing Recreation Resources Wilderness||3|