Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences

Forestry

Human Dimensions of Forest Management, Undergraduate Certificate


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This undergraduate certificate is designed to emphasize areas of forest management related to communication and collaboration, planning and management, and multi-cultural perspectives.

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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences

Forestry

Human Dimensions of Forest Management, Undergraduate Certificate


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What Can I Do with a Minor in Human Dimensions of Forest Management?

This certificate will help students understand and apply appropriate social science concepts and methods to the challenging task of sustaining forest ecosystems for the benefit of both the natural lifeforms and human use. Managed forests are a human invention developed to balance people-driven goals, such as timber production and outdoor recreation, with wilderness preservation and ecological restoration. The certificate emphasizes areas of forest management related to communication and collaboration, planning and management, and multi-cultural perspectives.

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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences

Forestry

Human Dimensions of Forest Management, Undergraduate Certificate


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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences

Forestry

Human Dimensions of Forest Management, Undergraduate Certificate


Overview

In addition to University Requirements:

Please note that you may be able to use some courses to meet more than one requirement. Contact your advisor for details.

Minimum Units for Completion 15
Major GPA C

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this certificate, students will be able to:

  1. Evaluate and appreciate the complexity of managing forests to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse population.
  2. Communicate and collaborate more effectively with land management agency personnel, rural, urban and wildland-urban interface residents, and other interested publics.
  3. Think critically about competing claims and social decisions related to forest management, particularly in the Southwest.
  4. Apply forest planning and management tools for effectively managing forests, particularly for enhancing forest health, reducing the risk of wildland fire, restoring forest ecosystems, and reducing human-wildlife conflicts.

 

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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences

Forestry

Human Dimensions of Forest Management, Undergraduate Certificate


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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences

Forestry

Human Dimensions of Forest Management, Undergraduate Certificate


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