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NRRT 631 - Protected Area Planning and Management

  • 3 credits

Successful protected area management is facilitated by forward-thinking systems design, efficient allocation of resources, and timely and appropriate responses to changes in conditions, all of which rely on effective planning. Develop the tools to apply planning frameworks in diverse contexts, gain competence at participatory planning methods, development of implementation schedules, adaptive management, and evaluation of management effectiveness.


NRRT 630 (Protected Areas and Global Conservation) or concurrent registration; Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate (GR) OR Professional (PR)

Important Information

Requires admission to the Master of Park and Protected Area Management program.


Lina Xiong

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Assistant Professor