College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Environmental Science & Technology

Courses

ENST 404 - Natural Resource and Environmental Ethics (3 credits)
ENST 405 - Energy and Environment (3 credits)
ENST 406 - Applied Forestry Practices (3 credits)
ENST 407 - Environmental Plant Physiology (4 credits)
ENST 410 - Ecosystem Services: An Integrated Analysis (3 credits)
ENST 411 - Principles of Soil Fertility (3 credits)
ENST 414 - Soil Morphology, Genesis and Classification (4 credits)
ENST 415 - Renewable Energy (3 credits)
ENST 417 - Soil Physics and Hydrology (3 credits)
ENST 421 - Soil Chemistry (4 credits)
ENST 422 - Soil Microbial Ecology (3 credits)
ENST 423 - Soil-Water Pollution (3 credits)
ENST 424 - Field Study in Soil Morphology (4 credits)
ENST 427 - Nonpoint Source Pollution Assessment Techniques (3 credits)
ENST 430 - Wetland Soils (3 credits)
ENST 432 - Environmental Microbiology (3 credits)
ENST 434 - Toxic Contaminants: Sources, Fate, and Effects (3 credits)
ENST 436 - Emerging Environmental Threats (3 credits)
ENST 440 - Crops, Soils and Civilization (3 credits)
ENST 441 - Sustainable Agriculture (3 credits)
ENST 443 - Industrial Ecology (3 credits)
ENST 444 - Restoration Ecology (3 credits)
ENST 445 - Ecological Risk Assessment (3 credits)
ENST 447 - Biodiversity, Ecology, and Human Health (3 credits)
ENST 450 - Wetland Ecology (3 credits)
ENST 451 - Water Quality: Field and Lab Analysis Methods (3 credits)
ENST 452 - Wetland Creation and Restoration (3 credits)
ENST 453 - Watershed Science: Water Balance, Open Channel Flow, and Near Surface Hydrology (3 credits)
ENST 460 - Principles of Wildlife Management (3 credits)
ENST 461 - Urban Wildlife Management (3 credits)
ENST 462 - Field Techniques in Wildlife Management (2 credits)
ENST 463 - Field Techniques in Wildlife Management ( credits)
ENST 466 - Ecology and Management of Wildlife Habitats (3 credits)
ENST 467 - Ecology and Management of Wildlife Habitats Lab (1 credits)
ENST 470 - Natural Resources Management (4 credits)
ENST 471 - Captsone I (2 credits)
ENST 472 - Capstone II (3 credits)
ENST 477 - Design for Urban Water and Energy (3 credits)
ENST 479 - Tropical Ecology and Resource Management (1-6 credits)
ENST 481 - Ecological Design (3 credits)
ENST 489 - Field Experience (1-4 credits)
ENST 499 - Special Topics in Environmental Science and Technology (1-4 credits)

ENST 602 - Research Principles and Methodology in Environmental Scienceand Technolgy (3 credits)
ENST 604 - Advanced Natural Resource and Environmental Ethics (3 credits)
ENST 605 - Energy and Environment (3 credits)
ENST 608 - Research Methods (1-4 credits)
ENST 611 - Advanced Principles of Soil Fertility (3 credits)
ENST 622 - Advanced Soil Microbial Ecology (3 credits)
ENST 630 - Advanced Wetland Soils (3 credits)
ENST 640 - Advanced Crops, Soils, and Civilization (3 credits)
ENST 647 - Advanced Biodiversity, Ecology, and Human Health (3 credits)
ENST 650 - Advanced Wetland Ecology (3 credits)
ENST 652 - Advanced Wetland Creation and Restoration (3 credits)
ENST 681 - Advanced Ecological Design (3 credits)
ENST 689 - Special Topics (1-3 credits)

ENST 702 - Environmental Science and Technology: Communication and Professional Development (2 credits)
ENST 711 - Advanced Plant-Soil Relationships (2 credits)
ENST 722 - Advanced Soil Chemistry (3 credits)
ENST 761 - Methods in Pedological Investigations (4 credits)
ENST 789 - Advances in Research (1-4 credits)
ENST 798 - Graduate Seminar (1 credits)
ENST 799 - Master's Thesis Research (1-6 credits)

ENST 821 - Advanced Methods of Soil Investigation (3 credits)
ENST 831 - Soil Mineralogy (4 credits)
ENST 832 - Advanced Soil Physics (3 credits)
ENST 898 - Pre-Candidacy Research (1-8 credits)
ENST 899 - Doctoral Dissertation Research (1-8 credits)

For more information about courses please check Graduate courses catalog
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