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B.Sc in Environmental Science – Conservation and Restoration Ecology

The Environmental Science – Conservation and Restoration Ecology Pathway (CRE) at University of Washington Bothell links the study of conserving and maintaining ecological systems and their elements with the recovery of damaged ecosystems.

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Full-time Duration:  
Starting in: September
Tuition Fee: $36,519 per year
Location: Bothell, WA

At the Environmental Science – Conservation and Restoration Ecology Pathway (CRE) at University of Washington Bothell the combination of conservation and restoration creates a practical framework for managing natural resources and landscapes. Fundamental understandings of ecosystem components and processes are used to foster and sustain native species, ecological communities, and ecosystems.

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Courses included

  • Interdisciplinary Inquiry
  • Science Methods and Practice
  • Understanding Statistics
  • Environmental Monitoring Practicum
  • Ecology
  • Geographic Information Systems

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