Available Courses

In addition to the core program required courses, each Systems Ecology M.S. student will select, under the supervision and advice of their graduate committee, relevant course work from a broad suite of graduate courses. The following courses are currently offered by Systems Ecology faculty. Details of these course can be found on departmental websites.

Courses by area

BIOE 451 Landscape Ecology of the Northern Rockies

BIOL 595 Graduate Seminar in Landscape Genetics

BIOS  532 Fundamentals of Ecosystem Science

BIOS 534 Integrated Systems Ecology

BIOS 595 Systems Ecology Seminar

BMKT 325 Principles of Marketing

BMKT 460 Marketing of Emerging Technology & Innovation

BMKT 680 Innovation & the Use of Big Data

CCS/ERTH 303N Weather & Climate

CSCI 447/547 Machine Learning

CSCI 448/548 Pattern Recognition

CSCI 451 Computational Biology

CSCI 558 Intro to Bioinformatics

ENSC 501 Scientific Approaches to Environmental Problems

ENSC 540 Watershed Conservation

ENSC 594 Applied Ecology

ENST 542 Transboundary Environmental Issues

ENST 594 Environmental Law for Non-lawyers

FORS 538 Ecology Statistics

FORS 595 Landscape Ecology

FORS 333 Fire Ecology

FORS 504 Fire Disturbance Ecology

GPHY 314 Global Mountain Environments

GPHY 317 Geomorphology

GPHY 489 Raster GIS & Remote Sensing w/Lab

GPHY 504 Geographical Research

GPHY 505 Research Design

GPHY 525 Paleoclimate Seminar

GPHY 550 Seminar in Geography: Mountain Research

GPHY 587 Digital Image Analysis & Modeling

JRNL 505 Journalism and the Environment

JRNL 595 Journalism Tools for Scientists

NRSM 379 Collaboration in Natural Resource Decisions

NRSM 408 Global Cycles and Climate

NRSM 415 Environmental Soils Science

NRSM 418 Ecosystem Climatology

NRSM 462 Rangeland Ecology

NRSM 464 Restoration Ecology

NRSM 532 Forest Ecosystem

NRSM 565 Advanced Problems in Restoration Ecology

NRSM 574 Perspectives in Human Dimensions

NRSM 594 Emerging Topics

NRSM 595 Analysis in Google Earth Engine