Fisheries Management Graduate Certificate
This program is available at the following locations:
Current graduate students must notify the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Sciences of their intention to pursue this certificate. Upon consultation with the certificate program coordinator, they will be given instructions regarding listing courses on their program of study and obtaining the required signature for that form.
For more information, please see our program site, the departmental website, or contact the Certificate Program Director Dr. Bruce Dugger and Fisheries Certificate Coordinator Dr. Scarlett Arbuckle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certificate Code: CG08
Upon successful completion of the program, students will meet the following learning outcomes:
- Demonstrate mastery of subject material that relates to the natural sciences portion of the capstone paper.
- Locate sources, evaluate the credibility of those sources, and determine the relevance of that information to a specific conservation and management issue.
- Synthesize the peer-reviewed literature to produce a paper that is consistent with the norms of written communication of the fisheries and wildlife profession.
- Apply human dimensions concepts to persistent or emerging conservation concerns.
|Human Dimensions 1
|Select one course from the following:
|FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE LAW AND POLICY
|INTRODUCTION TO OCEAN LAW
|PSYCHOLOGY OF ENVIRONMENTAL DECISIONS
|INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS AND POLICY
|SOCIAL ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCES
|Fisheries Science and Management 1
|Select two to three courses from one of the following subject areas:
|Fish Science and Management
|PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: MEETING COMMUNICATIONS
|THE NATURAL HISTORY OF WHALES AND WHALING
|INTRODUCTION TO FISHERIES ASSESSMENT
|STRUCTURED DECISION MAKING IN NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
|HISTORY OF FISHERIES SCIENCE
|MARINE CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
|METHODS IN PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR OF MARINE MEGAFAUNA
|FISH ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION
|EARLY LIFE HISTORY OF FISHES
|Aquatic Science, Habitat Restoration, and Management
|AQUATIC BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS
|COASTAL ECOLOGY AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
|FRESHWATER ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION
|ANTARCTIC SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION
|WETLANDS AND RIPARIAN ECOLOGY
Other courses may be substituted upon approval of the certificate director
Certificate Code: CG08