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ES 601

Advanced Perspectives on Environmental Theories, Methods and Skills II

Units: 1.5

Takes a deep approach to different research methods, including qualitative and quantitative approaches, their strengths and weaknesses, rationales for their application, and how they can be combined in interdisciplinary research at the highest levels. PhD students will develop effective written, oral and graphical communication skills and an understanding of the range of ways for gaining reliable knowledge.

Note:

  • Required core course.
  • Students with credit in ES 501 may be required to substitute ES 601 with another appropriate graduate course at the discretion of the student's PhD committee and graduate adviser.

Graduate course in the Environmental Studies program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Schedules:
Summer Fall Spring

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