MRM Course Pathways

REM is a cohort program with a prescribed schedule of courses. Students are expected to cover the core material in their first year so that they begin their research with an understanding of the fundamentals of the three pillars of REM: ecology, environmental economics, and public policy.

These are the expected course pathways for REM Masters students:

 MRM Project    Year 1 Year 2
Fall     698, 611, 621, 801  2 electives
Spring     601, 631, 642 or 644 
 2 electives
Summer     699  699 and defense   

 

 MRM Planning 
Year 1 Year 2
Fall 
 698, 611, 621, 801  643, elective
Spring 
 601, 631 or 641, 642
 602, 631 or 641
Summer 
 699  699 and defense 

 

 MRM Thesis 
Year 1 Year 2
Fall 
 698, 621, 801, 611 or elective     697
Spring 
 601 OR 642 OR 644, 631 or elective     697
Summer 
 697  697 and defense 

All course pathways are subject to change based on instructor availably, please check in with the department for annual course offerings. Some courses may only be offered every other year. Please review your course pathway with your supervisor and follow their recommendations. All students my apply for one course waiver according to the departmental waiver policy.