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ENSTU 350: Research Methods for Environmental Studies

Course description

Overview of qualitative and quantitative research methods that environmental professionals use in understanding complex problems, drafting research proposals, and analyzing and presenting rigorous, reliable information. Students will engage in comprehensive explorations of social aspects of environmental topics and will understand the central role that information and research play in enacting appropriate change in natural and built environments with diverse populations. [(Prereq: ENVS 201 and BIO 230 and (STAT 100 or STAT 250) with a C- or better)]