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Environmental Planning Certificate

The purpose of this environmental planning certificate is to train students to understand environmental issues and address environmental problems, with a body of knowledge that integrates physical environment and human societies. Currently, there are no certificate, or academic, programs at Fresno State that would prepare students to investigate, and address, environmental problems in a systematic manner, in conjunction with their particular field of study. The environmental planning certificate was designed to address the lack of such a program and to enable students from a variety of disciplines to acquire an understanding of the legal, scientific, and planning methods used to address environmental concerns.

Required Courses:

GEOG 128 Environmental Pollution (3 units)
GEOG 132 United States Environmental Law (3 units)
GEOG 184 Environmental Planning (3 units)

Electives: (choose one of the following courses)

AGBS 155 Environmental and Natural Resource Policy, ANTH 145 Cultural Resources Management, GEOG 129 Environmental Impact Assessment, GEOG 141 GIS I: Data Display and Manipulation, NSCI 115 Environmental Earth and Life Science, PH 161 Environment and Human Health, PLSI 157 Environmental, PLSI 175 Water Politics and Policy.

 

For more information please contact Assistant Professor, Chih-Hao Wang, Ph.D. at cwang@csufresno.edu.