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Fall Courses

Here is the list of courses offered in the 2018 Fall semester applicable to the Energy Resource Management and Development program.  Be sure you have met the prerequisites prior to registration.

Online Courses Offered by the College of Business

On-campus students can take a maximum of four (4) online classes offered by the College of Business. Registration opens for these classes on a space available basis beginning July 6, 2018.

All Concentrations

  • ACCT 1010 Principles of Accounting I
  • ECON 1020 Principles of Microeconomics
    • Meets USP H Human Culture requirement
  • ECON 1200 Economics Law and Government
    • Meets the USP V US and Wyoming Constitution requirement.
  • ECON 1300 Oil: Business Culture Power
    • Meets the USP H Human Culture requirement if taken under the ECON prefix.
    • Offered fall semester
  • AGEC/ENR 4550 Negotiation Analysis
    • Offered fall semester
    • Required for Air Land Water and Professional Land Management students. Renewable Energy students may take this class or AGEC/ENR 4450 Negotiation offered spring semester.
  • DSCI 4260 Project Management
    • Offered online only.
    • Registration opens on a space available basis beginning July 6, 2018.
  • ENGL 1010 College Composition and Rhetoric
    • Meets USP COM1 Communication I.
  • ENR 4500 Risk Analysis
    • Offered online
  • ENR 4750 ENR Law and Policy
    • Offered fall semester
  • ERS/ENR 1000 Energy and Society
    • Offered fall semester.
    • Professional Land Management students take this class under the ENR prefix to meet the USP PN Physical and Natural World requirement.
  • ERS 2000 Ethics and Leadership
    • Take this class in place of PHIL 2345 Natural Resource Ethics.
    • Offered fall semester.
  • ERS 4965 Undergraduate Research
    • Controlled enrollment. Please contact Pam Henderson prior to registration.
  • ERS 4970 Internship
    • Controlled enrollment. Please contact Pam Henderson prior to registration.
  • ES 1060 Engineering Problem Solving
    • Register for a lecture and a lab.
    • Professional Land Management students can take this class if they take MATH 2200 Calculus I.
  • FIN 3250 Corporate Finance
  • MGT 3210 Management and Organization
  • STAT 2050 or 2070 Statistics
    • Register for a lecture and a lab section.
  • Human Culture class
    • Select one human culture class of your choice if you are in a catalog prior to Fall 2018

Math Classes

Please check with Pam Henderson if you are unsure which math course you should take.

  • MATH 0900 Pre-Algebra
  • MATH 0921 Algebra I
  • MATH 0925 Algebra II
  • MATH 1400 College Algebra
    • Register for a lecture and a discussion section.
  • MATH 1405 Trigonometry
    • Register for a lecture and a discussion section.
  • MATH 1450 Algebra and Trigonometry
  • MATH 2200 Calculus I
    • Register for a discussion if you are taking Section 01.
  • MATH 2205 Calculus II
    • Renewable Energy concentration
    • Register for a lecture and a discussion section.
  • MATH 2210 Calculus III
    • Renewable Energy concentration
    • Register for a lecture and a discussion section.
  • MATH 2310 Applied Differential Equations
    • Renewable Energy concentration
  • MATH 2350 Business Calculus
    • Professional Land Management concentration
    • Register for a lecture and a discussion section.
  • MATH 2355 Math Applications for Business
    • Professional Land Management concentration
    • Register for a lecture and a discussion section.

General Electives for All Concentrations

  • AMST/ENR/GEOG/POL/REWM 4051 Environmental Politics
  • ECON 2400 Economics of Environment
    • Prerequisites are ECON 1010 and ECON 1020
    • Meets USP COM2 Communication
  • ENR 3900 Seminar: Water Resources
  • FIN 3310 Investment Management
  • FIN 3520 Financial Markets and Institutions
  • GEOG 4040 Conservation of Natural Resources
  • MGT 3410 Human Resource Management
  • MGT 3420 Organizational Behavior and Leadership

Economics Electives

  • AGEC 3750 Natural Resource Economics and Planning
    • Online course
  • AGEC 4600 Community Economic Analysis
  • AGEC 4720 Water Resource Economics
    • Online course

Air Land and Water Concentration

  • CHEM 1000 Introductory Chemistry
    • Register for a lecture, lab, and discussion section.
    • Offered fall semester.
    • CHEM 1020 General Chemistry I may be substituted.
  • ENGL 4010 Technical Writing in the Professions
    • Meets USP C3 Communication 3 requirement.
  • ENGL 4025 Writing for the Web
    • Meets USP C3 Communication 3 requirement.
  • ENGL 4075 Writing for Non-Profits
    • Meets USP C3 Communication 3 requirement.
  • ERS 4120 Federal Public Lands Law
    • Take ERS 4120 in place of AGEC 3400 Agricultural Law
  • GEOG 2150 Foundations of GIS and Technology
    • Register for a lecture and a lab section.
  • GEOG 4200 Foundation of GIS
    • Register for a lecture and a lab section.
  • LIFE 1010 General Biology
    • Register for a lecture and a lab section.
  • LIFE 2023 Biology of Plants and Fungi
    • Register for a lecture and a lab section.
    • Offered fall semester
  • LIFE 3400 General Ecology
  • REWM 2000 Principles of Rangeland Management
  • REWM 2400 Range Ecosystem and Plants
    • Register for a lab section
    • Offered fall semester
  • REWM 3100 Principles of Wildland Water Quality
    • Offered fall semester
  • REWM 4200 Reclamation of Drastically Disturbed Lands
    • Offered fall semester
  • SOIL 3130 Environmental Quality
    • Offered fall semester
  • General Electives for Air Land and Water Concentration
    • GEOG 3450 Weather and Climate
    • GEOG 4111 Remote Sensing of the Environment
      • Offered fall semester
      • Register for a lecture and a lab section.
    • GEOG 4330 Land Use Planning
    • LIFE 3410 Intro to Field Ecology
    • PLNT 1150 Pest Safety Application
    • SOIL 4120 Soil Genesis and Morph
      • Register for a lab section.
    • SOIL 4150 Forest/Range Soils
      • Register for a lab section.

Professional Land Management Concentration

  • ACCT 1020 Principles of Accounting II
  • DSCI 3210 Intro to Operations and Supply Chain Management
    • Take this class if you took IMGT 2400.
  • ERS 4100 Property I
    • Offered fall semester
  • ERS 4120 Federal Public Lands Law
    • Offered fall semester
  • ERS 4130 Oil and Gas Law
    • Offered fall semester
    • Meets USP COM3 Communication 3
  • GEOG 2150 Foundations of GIS and Technology
    • Register for a lecture and a lab section.
  • GEOG 4200 Foundation of GIS
    • Register for a lecture and a lab section.
    • Offered fall semester.
  • GEOL 1100 Physical Geology
    • Register for a lecture and a lab section.
  • IMGT 2400 Introduction to Information Management
    • Take this class if you took MATH 2350 Business Calculus
  • MGT 1040 Legal Environment of Business
  • MKT 3210 Introduction to Marketing
  • Professional Land Management General Electives
    • DSCI 4230 Purchasing and Supply Management
      • Offered fall semester
    • DSCI 4230 Purchasing and Supply Management
    • DSCI 4240 Computer Applications for DSCI
    • GEOG 4111 Remote Sensing of Environment
      • Offered fall semester
      • Register for a lecture and a lab section
    • GEOG 4330 Land Use Planning
    • GEOL 3600 Earth and Mineral Resources
    • IMGT 3400 Database Management Systems
    • MGT 4340 Law for Managers
    • MGT 4360 Business Law for Entrepreneurs

Renewable Energy Concentration

  • CHEM 1020 General Chemistry I
    • Register for a lecture, lab, and discussion section.
  • CHEM 1030 General Chemistry II
    • Register for a lecture, lab, and discussion section.
  • ENGL 4010 Technical Writing in the Professions
    • Meets USP C3 Communication 3 requirement.
  • ENGL 4025 Writing for the Web
    • Meets USP C3 Communication 3 requirement.
  • ENGL 4075 Writing for Non-Profits
    • Meets USP C3 Communication 3 requirement.
  • ES 2110 Statics
  • ES 2120 Dynamics
  • ES 2210 Electric Circuit Analysis
    • Register for a lecture and a lab section.
  • ES 2310 Thermodynamics
  • ES 2330 Fluid Dynamics
  • ES 2410 Mechanics of Materials
  • ME 4470 Wind and Ocean Energy Engineering
    • Prerequisites are ES 2210, 2310, 2330 and 2410
  • PHYS 1210 Engineering Physics I
    • Section 01 the lecture and lab are integrated.
    • Section 02 register for a lecture, lab, and discussion section.
  • SOIL 3130 Environmental Quality
    • Offered fall semester

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