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12-credit Online Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Environmental Planning and Management (SEPM)

Workshops and Courses
Posted: 10/20/2014
Expiration Date: 12/20/2019

The University of Connecticut (UConn) offers a year-round 12-credit online graduate certificate in Sustainable Environmental Planning and Management (SEPM). Courses include:

· Sustainable Natural Resources Management
· Environmental Planning for Sustainable Communities and Regions
· Decision Methods in Natural Resources and the Environment
· Communications for Environmental Decision Makers
· Geospatial Techniques for Environmental Management

To learn more about the SEPM certificate visit http://sepm.uconn.edu/ or contact Chadwick Rittenhouse at 860-486-0335 or email sepm@uconn.edu.






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