Virginia Commonwealth University Curriculim map to the River Management Society River Studies & Leadership Certificate
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Virginia Commonwealth University Curriculim map to the River Management Society River Studies & Leadership Certificate
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Undergraduate Path (courses 500 level or lower)Graduate Path (courses 500 level or greater)
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Core CoursesCore Courses
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GIS Core (select 1)GIS Core
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ENVS 2XX. Basics of GISENVS 521. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (3 credits)
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ENVS 521. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (3 credits)ENVS 654 - Environmental Remote Sensing (3 credits)
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URSP 360. Community and Regional Analysis and GIS (3 credits)
URSP 625. Spatial Database Management and GIS Modeling. (3 credits)
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ENVS 491 ENV DATA VISUAL (entry level GIS)
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River Science (select 1)River Science (select 1)
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ENVS 201. Earth Systems ScienceENVS 655. Hydrogeology (3 credits)
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BIOL 335. Global Change Biology (3 credits)BIOL/ENVS 503 Fish Biology (4 credits)
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BIOZ 491. River rock pool ecologyBIOL 5XX Restoration Ecology
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BIOL 430. Invasion Biology (3 credits)ENVS 556. Historical and Cultural Landscapes (3 credits). Emphasis on riverine landscapes
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BIOL 535. Wetlands Ecology (4 credits)BIOL 691. River and Esturarine Science (3 credits)
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BIOL/ENVS 503 Fish Biology (4 credits)
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BIOL 532. Water Pollution Biology
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BIOL XXX/ENVS XXX Enviro-techniques 1
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BIOL XXX/ENVS XXX Enviro-techniques 2
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BIOL 5XX Restoration Ecology
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ENVS 556. Historical and Cultural Landscapes (3 credits). Emphasis on riverine landscapes
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BIOL 391 Footprints on the James: The Human and Natural History of the James River Watershed (3 credits). Month long summer field class; completely taught on the river.River Policy (select 1)
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BIOL 391 South African Summits to Seas: Human and Natural History of kwaZulu-Natal (as viewed by traveling along major rivers) (3 credit winter expedition class)
URSP 650. Natural Resources and Environmental Planning (3 credits)
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ENVS 640. River Policy (3 credits)
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River Policy (select 1)ENVS 628. Environmental Policy and Administration (3 credits)
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BIOL 510 Conservation Biology (3 credits)ENVS 660. Virginia Environmental Law
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ENVS 311 Politics of the Environment (3 credits)BIOL 610. Conservation Applications
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ENVS 300 Sustainable Societies: James River Basin (3 credits)
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Swiftwater Rescue Core Course (select 1)Swiftwater Rescue Core Course (select 1)
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ENVS 491 Special topics: Level 4 American Canoe Assocation Swiftwater Rescue Course (1 credit)ENVS 491 Special topics: Level 4 American Canoe Assocation Swiftwater Rescue Course (1 credit)
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Emphasis Coursework (Choose 1 area of emphasis)Emphasis Coursework (Choose 1 area of emphasis)
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River Science Emphasis Area Courses (Select 2 - must not overlap with above)River Science Emphasis Area Courses (Select 2 - must not overlap with above)
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ENVS 201. Earth Systems ScienceENVS 655. Hydrogeology (3 credits)
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BIOL 335. Global Change Biology (3 credits)BIOL/ENVS 503 Fish Biology (4 credits)
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BIOZ 491. River rock pool ecologyBIOL 5XX Restoration Ecology
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BIOL 430. Invasion Biology (3 credits)ENVS 556. Historical and Cultural Landscapes (3 credits). Emphasis on riverine landscapes
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BIOL 535. Wetlands Ecology (4 credits)BIOL 691. River and Esturarine Science (3 credits)
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BIOL/ENVS Fish Biology (4 credits)
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BIOL 532. Water Pollution Biology
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BIOL XXX/ENVS XXX Enviro-techniques 1
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BIOL XXX/ENVS XXX Enviro-techniques 2
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BIOL 5XX Restoration Ecology
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ENVS 556. Historical and Cultural Landscapes (3 credits). Emphasis on riverine landscapes
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BIOL 391 Footprints on the James: The Human and Natural History of the James River Watershed (3 credits). Month long summer field class; completely taught on the river.
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BIOL 391 South African Summits to Seas: Human and Natural History of kwaZulu-Natal (as viewed by traveling along major rivers) (3 credit winter expedition class)
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River-based Policy and management Emphasis Area Courses (Select 2 - must not over lap with above)River-based Policy and management Emphasis Area Courses (Select 2 - must not over lap with above)
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BIOL 510 Conservation Biology (3 credits)
URSP 650. Natural Resources and Environmental Planning (3 credits)
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ENVS 311 Politics of the Environment (3 credits)ENVS 640. River Policy (3 credits)
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ENVS 300 Sustainable Societies: James River Basin (3 credits)ENVS 628. Environmental Policy and Administration (3 credits)
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ENVS 660. Virginia Environmental Law
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BIOL 610. Conservation Applications
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River-based Recreation, Education, and Tourism Emphasis Area Courses (select 2 - must not overlap with above)River-based Recreation, Education, and Tourism Emphasis Area Courses (select 2 - must not overlap with above)
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ENVS 556. Historical and Cultural Landscapes (3 credits). Emphasis on riverine landscapesENVS 556. Historical and Cultural Landscapes (3 credits). Emphasis on riverine landscapes
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BIOL 391 Footprints on the James: The Human and Natural History of the James River Watershed (3 credits). Month long summer field class; completely taught on the river.URSP 520. Park Planning (3 credits)
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BIOL 391 South African Summits to Seas: Human and Natural History of kwaZulu-Natal (as viewed by traveling along major rivers) (3 credit winter expedition class)
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URSP 520. Park Planning (3 credits)
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OAP XXX - Experinetial Education & Outdoor Leadership (concept)
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