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Master of Natural Resources Course Schedule

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MNR 500 MARKET TOOLS FOR MANAGING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS (3)
Books for this course available through the OSU Beaver Store (current term only). For questions related to course materials, contact the OSU Beaver Store.

TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorTypeStatusCapAvailWL CapWL AvailSection TitleRestrictsCommentsSyllabus
W18381674003Hall, K.OnlineOpen201755Other Prereqs: MTH 111 or equivalent.
Online section.Section Syllabus

MNR 511 INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCES (3)
Books for this course available through the OSU Beaver Store (current term only). For questions related to course materials, contact the OSU Beaver Store.

TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorTypeStatusCapAvailWL CapWL AvailSection TitleRestrictsCommentsSyllabus
Sp18541334003Hall, K.OnlineOpen303000Major Restrictions: +2430 (Natural Resources)
Other Prereqs: Bachelor's degree. Recommended: Undergraduate biology or ecology course.
Online section.Section Syllabus

MNR 530 TROPICAL FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE (3)
Books for this course available through the OSU Beaver Store (current term only). For questions related to course materials, contact the OSU Beaver Store.

TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorTypeStatusCapAvailWL CapWL AvailSection TitleRestrictsCommentsSyllabus
Sp18543444003Mangla, S.OnlineOpen202000Online section.Section Syllabus

MNR 538 ADAPTING FORESTS TO CLIMATE CHANGE (3)
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TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorTypeStatusCapAvailWL CapWL AvailSection TitleRestrictsCommentsSyllabus
Su18742834003StaffOnlineOpen202000Jun 25-Sep 7
Session 1
Online section.
Section Syllabus

MNR 550 CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON FOREST ECOSYSTEMS (3)
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TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorTypeStatusCapAvailWL CapWL AvailSection TitleRestrictsCommentsSyllabus
Sp18571314003Turner, D.OnlineOpen202055Other Prereqs: A basic ecology course is highly recommended. Students should have a bachelor's degree in the arts, humanities, or science and preferably at least two years experience working in a natural resources-related field. Students seeking the FCC Graduate Certificate should take SNR 511 their first term because it explains overall certificate program goals.
Online section.Section Syllabus

MNR 560 MASTER'S CASE STUDY (1-9)
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 9 credits. Books for this course available through the OSU Beaver Store (current term only). For questions related to course materials, contact the OSU Beaver Store.

TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorTypeStatusCapAvailWL CapWL AvailSection TitleRestrictsCommentsSyllabus
W18343334001-9P/NBishaw, B.OnlineOpen201000Online section.
Admission to MNR Masters degree program required.
Section Syllabus
Sp18541994001-9P/NBishaw, B.OnlineOpen202000Major Restrictions: +2430 (Natural Resources)
Online section.
Admission to MNR Masters degree program required.
Section Syllabus
Su18720554001-9P/NBishaw, B.OnlineOpen101000Major Restrictions: +2430 (Natural Resources)
Jun 25-Sep 7
Session 1
Online section.
Section Syllabus


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