EPM 4220 (4 credits)

Endangered Species & Wildlife

This course provides an overview of the basic principles, trends, challenges, and controversies of the administration of maintaining certain wildlife species. Threats from water and air pollution, poaching and other illegal actions, interrelationships of wildlife and their habitats, and biodiversity will be discussed. Students gain an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of various federal, state and local agencies, environmental and wildlife interest groups, and other organizations involved in wildlife management issues.

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Sections: Summer Quarter 2018

CRN 1604
Credits
4.00
Day/Time
Delivery
Online/Distance
Location
ONLINE
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Tuition Rate

Per Credit: $686

Additional Fees
Technology Fee: $4/credit hour for each class taken for credit
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