Individuals who have completed CSP2101 Applied Landscape-Scale Conservation Biology within the last five (5) years.
Summary and Objectives:
This course provides students with the opportunity to earn 1-credit in Conservation Biology through a self-paced independent study project under the direction of the instructor. The independent study project will involve research and completing an in-depth analysis of how the concepts and principles of Conservation Biology can be applied and incorporated into a conservation management program. Once students enroll an email will be sent confirming the conditions and expectations of the independent study project including timetable, of the final report, and criteria for evaluation.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Apply concepts of Conservation Biology to their own conservation management projects.
- Conduct an in-depth analysis of an on-going conservation management program.
- Develop objectives and strategies for modifying an on-going conservation management program
Individuals who have already completed CSP2101 Applied Landscape-Scale Conservation Biology (formally titled CSP2101 Introduction to Conservation Biology) within the last five years are eligible for this course.
15 hours over 8 weeks (estimated)
How to Register:
To register, contact Jim Siegel: firstname.lastname@example.org; 304.876.7479.