Quantitative Methods in Environmental Science and Studies

Jennifer Bradham


This course provides a broad overview of quantitative methods frequently used in environmental science and studies. The topics covered in this course will not be an exhaustive inquiry into specific statistical methods or geospatial data analysis; rather, this course aims to provide you with the foundation and tools needed to empirically evaluate data and expand upon methods covered throughout the semester. This course is divided into 4 project-based modules. Each module builds on the knowledge acquired from the previous module and culminates in an individual research project that combines multiple quantitative methods.

Course Size:
Less than 15

Course Context:

This course primarily serves Environmental Studies majors. It is required for BS students in the Environmental Studies major and is an elective for Environmental Studies BA majors. This course has a mandatory lab and all students enrolled in the lecture must take the lab.


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