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Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences - Natural Resource Science A

Natural Resources Management 2710 Natural Resource Science A
Pt. 1 - Descriptive (measures of central tendency and dispersion) and inferential (regression, ANOVA, t-tests) statistics. Use of statistical (SPSS, DataDesk) and spreadsheet/graphing (Excel) software.
Pt. 2 - Principles of empirical and process-based models as used in natural resources management. Types of models, model development, model validation and gaming.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 2 hours/day for 22 days = 44 hours (1 hour lecture; 1 hour lab/tutorial each day)
Notes: May only be taken by students in the Transition Program for the HBScF or HBEM.
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences