Learning Outcomes Environment and Resource Management

Upon completion of this undergraduate program, students will be able to:

  1. Analyze the Earth an integrated system by examining the relationship between the environment, resources and the decision making processes that impact flows, interactions and exchanges at different spatial and temporal scales.
  2. Identify and evaluate diverse sources of knowledge, arguments and approaches pertinent to exploring environment and resource management problems.
  3. Collect and analyze different sources of data to inform and drive management policies and strategies
  4. Communicate environment and resource management concepts effectively using oral, written and visual forms.
  5. Identify and address environment and resource management questions using creativity and critical thought in diverse settings (e.g. classroom, lab, field community and workplace)
  6. Investigate complex real-world challenges and solutions using appropriate concepts, methods and tools key to environment and resource management.
  7. Demonstrate the importance of integrated environment and resource management approaches to society.

  8. Apply inquiry, analysis and problem-solving skills to address environment and resource management problems in a real-world and professional setting.
  9. Demonstrate personal and professional integrity when considering diverse views and perspectives.
  10. Reflect on work-integrated learning and connect professional experience to theories and concepts in environment and resource management.

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