Environmental Studies, Certificate
This graduate certificate program is designed for environmental professionals who wish to broaden their background or update their skills. In order to satisfy the course prerequisites, it is recommended that students have an undergraduate degree in one of the natural sciences, engineering, or a strong background in mathematics and science. For advising please contact the Director of the Center for Environmental Studies in the Department of Geosciences.
To participate in the program the student should:
- Be formally admitted to The University of Akron as a graduate or non-degree graduate student.
- Make a written application to the program and receive written notification of admission from the Center for Environmental Studies.
A plan of study will be developed in consultation with the Director of the Center for Environmental Studies. Students must complete the core requirement and a minimum of 14 credits from the list of electives or other courses approved by the Director. Electives must be selected from a minimum of three different departments.
|3370:580||Seminar in Environmental Studies (may be repeated as an elective)||2|
|Select a minimum of 14 credits of the following, or other approved courses:||14|
|Tropical Field Biology|
|Advanced Aquatic Ecology|
|Geographic Information Systems|
|Advanced Geographic Information Systems|
|Advanced Remote Sensing|
|Soil & Water Field Studies|
|Seminar in Environmental Studies|
|Geologic Record of Past Global Change|
|Advanced Ground Water Hydrology|
|American Environmental History|
|Advanced Pollution Control|
|Chemistry for Environmental Engineers|
|Environmental Engineering Design|
|Water Quality Modeling & Management|
|Hazardous & Solid Wastes|
|Sanitary Engineering Problems|
|Environmental Engineering Principles|