University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
Connecting Learning to Life
2006-2007

 






Environmental Policy & Planning - Requirements for the Major

Supporting Courses

  • COMM SCI 301 Foundations for Social Research, 3 credits
  • ECON 203 Micro Economic Analysis, 3 credits
  • ENV SCI 102 Introduction to Environmental Science, 3 credits

And one of these:

  • POL SCI 101 American Government and Politics, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 202 Introduction to Public Policy, 3 credits

And one of these:

  • BUS ADM 215 Introduction to Business Statistics, 3 credits
  • COMM SCI 205 Social Science Statistics, 4 credits
  • MATH 260 Introductory Statistics, 4 credits

Elective courses, 6-8 credits
Complete two of the following four sets.
Set one:

  • BIOLOGY 202 Principles of Biology I, 4 credits

Set two:

  • BIOLOGY 203 Principles of Biology II, 4 credits

Set three, choose one course:

  • EARTH SC 102 Introduction to Earth Science, 3 credits
  • EARTH SC 202 Physical Geology, 4 credits

Set four, choose one course:

  • EARTH SC 222 Ocean of Air: Weather and Climate, 3 credits
  • ENV SCI 188 Issues in Biological Conservation, 3 credits
  • ENV SCI 260 Energy and Society, 3 credits

Upper-Level Courses, 15 credits

  • PU EN AF 301 Environmental Politics and Policy, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 322 Environmental Planning, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 378 Environmental Law, 3 credits

Choose two of these, 6 credits:

Students can choose any upper-level ENV SCI courses or

  • PU EN AF 356 Environmental Impact Analysis, 3 credits

 

Areas of Emphasis, 12 credits

Public Policy

Required, 3 credits:

  • PU EN AF 408 Public Policy Analysis, 3 credits

Electives, choose three of these, 9 credits:

  • ECON 305 Natural Resources Economic Policy, 3 credits
  • POL SCI 410 Intergovernmental Relations, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 306 Regulatory Policy and Administration, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 314 Administrative Law, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 315 Public and Nonprofit Management, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 351 Water Resources: Planning, Management, Policy, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 356 Environmental Impact Analysis, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 402 Environmental and Resource Economics, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 406 State and Local Government, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 428 Evaluating Programs in Public and Nonprofit Organizations, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 461 Special Topics in Public and Environmental Affairs, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 497 Internship in Public and Environmental Affairs, 3 credits (only 3 credits of internship can count toward the major)

 

Planning

Required, 3 credits:

  • PU EN AF 350 Geographic Information Systems, 3 credits

Electives, choose three of these, 9 credits

  • ECON 305 Natural Resources Economic Policy, 3 credits
  • GEOG 351 Elements of Cartography, 3 credits
  • GEOG 353 Air Photo Interpretation, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 323 Land Use Controls, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 351 Water Resources: Planning, Management, Policy, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 356 Environmental Impact Analysis, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 402 Environmental and Resource Economics, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 428 Evaluating Programs in Public and Nonprofit Organizations, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 450 Advanced Geographic Information Systems, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 461 Special Topics in Public and Environmental Affairs, 3 credits
  • PU EN AF 497 Internship in Public and Environmental Affairs, 3 credits (only 3 credits of internship can count toward the major)
  • UR RE ST 412 Urban and Regional Planning, 3 credits
Environmental Policy and Planning Program
Environmental Policy and Planning Minor Requirements
Course Descriptions