The requirements for the MS non-thesis degree in Land Management and Conservation include the following:
- A total of 9 units of coursework are required:
- 5 units of required courses
- PBC 450 Field and Lab Methods in Plant Biology and Conservation—2 units
- PBC 451 Critical Topics in Ecology and Conservation—1 unit
- PBC 435 Quantitative Methods in Ecology and Conservation—1 unit
- PBC 402 Plant Community Ecology
- 4 elective units
- Completion of internship. Explore possible internship opportunities.
- Attendance at PBC seminar series and journal club.
- Satisfactory Academic Progress must be maintained by students. A student will not be in good academic standing if he/she has an overall grade average below B (3.0 GPA, and no single grade below C), has more than three incomplete grades, or fails to make satisfactory progress as determined by the internship committee.
More information can be found in the PBC Graduate Student Handbook.Back to top