BACHELOR oF SCIENCE IN FOREST RESOURCES WITH A MAJOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENTUW Course Catalog for ESRM
ESRM Senior Capstone
ESRM Course Checklist
ESRM Satisfactory Progress Policy
Students in Environmental Science and Resource Management (ESRM) learn about natural and human dominated landscapes and how to apply this knowledge to real-world problems. With a focus on sustainability, students work with professors and regional experts on environmental issues. Fieldwork gives students enhanced opportunities for experiential learning and service in a rich contextual landscape.
See Environmental Science and Resource Management Undergraduate Student Learning Objectives for a statement of ESRM's educational objectives.
In addition to the ESRM course requirements, students complete their degree requirements by taking a broad range of courses, and can specialize further by declaring a transcriptable option from one of the areas of study listed below.
- Landscape Ecology and Conservation
- Restoration Ecology and Environmental Horticulture
- Sustainable Forest Management (can lead directly into an SAF-accredited Master of Forest Resources and/or can be used to satisfy the educational requirements of the SAF’s Candidate Certified Forester (CCF) title.
- Wildlife Conservation
For more information, contact:
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
Office of Student and Academic Services
University of Washington, Box 352100
Seattle, WA 98195-2100
email firstname.lastname@example.org; FAX 206-685-0790; Phone 206-543-3077