Admitted Student Resources
Congratulations on your admission to the Ohio State University! We have designed a variety of online and in-person opportunities to make sure you have all that you need to explore the School of Environment and Natural Resources. Deciding where to go to c ...
Principles and Tools of Ecosystem Restoration
ENR 3800 The new Anthropocene era brings with it mass extinctions, climate change, and ecosystem degradation. Restoration provides us with hope for the future. We will examine the philosophical and practical basis for restoration, reviewing how decisions ...
Study at a Foreign Institution: Tanzania
ENR 5797.11 Three weeks of field studies in Tanzania. Prereq: 5790.11. Graduate Undergraduate 3.0 ENR5797.11SU17syl.pdf ENR5797.11SU18syl.pdf Joseph Campbell In Person Environment and Natural Resources ...
Study at a Foreign Institution: Iceland
ENR 5797.06 An opportunity for students to study at a foreign institution and receive Ohio State credit for that work. Students pay OSU and other fees. Prereq: Permission of dept chairperson. Graduate Undergraduate 3.0 ENR5790.06SP17syl.pdf ENR5797.06SU17 ...
Study at a Foreign Institution: New Zealand
ENR 5797.03 An opportunity for students to study at a foreign institution and receive Ohio State credit for that work. Students pay OSU and other fees. Prereq: Permission of resident director. Not open to students with 30 cr hrs or 2 completions of 5797 ( ...
Introduction to R for Environmental Sciences
ENR 8600 Hands-on course intended to give students a broad overview and introduction to R, a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. Graduate 2.0 ENR 8600 AU21 Syllabus.pdf ENR 8600 AU22 Syllabus.pdf Robert J. Gates Hybrid Distanc ...
Study at a Foreign Institution: Antarctica
ENR 5797.10 Two weeks of field studies in Antarctica and Ushuaia, Argentina. This course is a collaborative effort between Ohio State, American Universities International Programs, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, and Gateway Antarctica: Centre for ...
ENR 7191 Internship experience for Master of Environment and Natural Resources (MENR) program. Prereq: Enrollment in the Master of Environment and Natural Resources program. Graduate 3.0 ENR 7191 AU21 Syllabus.pdf ENR 7191 SP22 Syllabus.pdf Dr. Stacey Fin ...
ENR 7981 Environmental professional practice-oriented seminars and forums. Prereq: Enrollment in the Master of Environment and Natural Resources (MENR) program. This course is graded S/U. Repeatable to a maximum of 4 cr hrs. Graduate 1.0 ENR 7981 Syllabus ...
Freshwater Fisheries Management
ENR 4342 Ecological principles applied to conservation and management of aquatic vertebrates. Principles of fisheries management including social and economic factors. Prereq: 3300, or permission of instructor. Graduate Undergraduate 3.0 ENR 4342 SP22 Syl ...