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Planning Emphasis

Supporting Courses21-22
Introductory Courses
Micro Economic Analysis
Introduction to Environmental Sciences
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
American Government and Politics
Introduction to Public Policy
Choose one of the following courses:
Business Statistics
Social Science Statistics
Introductory Statistics
Environmental Science
Natural Hazards
Physical Geology
Choose one of the following:
Energy and Society
Ocean of Air: Weather and Climate
Upper-Level Courses18
Environmental Politics and Policy
Environmental Planning
Environmental Law
Global Environmental Politics and Policy
Choose 6 credits of Upper-Level Environmental Science courses 1
Planning Emphasis14
Coastal Resources Policy and Management
Water Resources Policy and Management
GIS in Public and Environmental Policy
Elective Courses (choose three of the following):
Natural Resources Economic Policy
Coastal Resources Policy and Management
Sustainable Land Use
Transitioning to Sustainable Communities
Water Resources Policy and Management
Strategic Philanthropy: Civic Engagement Through Giving
Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation
Advanced Geographic Information Systems
Cost Benefit Analysis
Special Topics in Public and Environmental Affairs
Total Credits53-54

 Students can choose any two upper-level (300-400) ENV SCI courses.