The Graduate Certificate in Environmental Policy and Management provides an understanding of how our natural environment is governed and affected by relationships between various entities, including legislatures and administrative agencies at all levels of government; courts; nonprofit and private sectors; community groups and the public.
Prospective students who wish to pursue this certificate must apply as non-degree applicants. Learn more on the School of Public Affairs admission web page.
- Courses are offered on campus, online, and in remote and hybrid formats.
- Students must successfully complete 12 credit hours of approved coursework.
- Students must maintain at least a 3.00 cumulative GPA in this program.
- This program must be completed within 7 years.
|Required Core Courses
|Seminar in Environmental Politics and Policy
|Seminar in Environmental Management
|Required Elective Courses
|Select two elective courses from the list below or select unlisted courses that have been approved in advance by the concentration director:
|Hazard Mitigation and Vulnerability Assessment
|Sustainability in Resources Management
|Science, Policy and the Environment
|Urban Sustainability: Perspectives and Practice
|Climate Change: Causes, Impacts and Solutions
|City Design Fundamentals
|Site, Society and Environment
|Special Topics: Landscape Architecture
|Managing Conflict and Change
|Law and Public Policy
|Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
|Social Problems and Policies
|Environmental and Hazards Law
|Public Service in Emergency Management and Homeland Security
|Public Policies for Hazards and Disasters
|Sustainable Energy Policy
|Special Topics: Public Administration (Environmental Justice and Crime)
|GIS for Urban Planning
|Enviro. Policy & Regulation
|Energy/Natural Res. Planning
|Defining & Measuring Sustainability
|Environmental Impact Assessment
|Transportation, Land Use, and the Environment
|Regional Growth and Equity