Representative Courses at UF
Interdisciplinary Courses in Conservation and Development
Ecological Economics; Anthropology and Development; Forest Conservation and Management Issues and Policy; Resource Utilization and Conservation in Latin America; Amazonia; Tropical Resource Use; Community-based Conservation; Conservation Skills; Politics of Natural Resources; and Human Dimensions of Biological Conservation.
Economic Analysis in Small Farm Livelihood Systems; Communications in Conflict Resolution; Farming Systems Research and Extension Methods; Research Design in Anthropology; Computing for Anthropologists; Research Planning; Project Management and Development Policy; Remote Sensing; Advanced Quantitative Analysis in Geography; Field Methods in Tropical Conservation and Development; Qualitative Research Methods; Quantitative Research Methods; Planning Information Systems; Advanced Planning Information Systems; Environmental Interpretation; Research Design in Wildlife Ecology; and Wildlife Habitat Analysis.
Natural Sciences Courses
Ethnoecology; Tropical Botany; Ecology and General Systems; Agroforestry; Tropical Forestry; Tropical Wildlife Use; Advanced Ecology; Ecosystems of the Tropics; Community Ecology; Behavioral Ecology and Mammology; Conservation Biology; Wildlife Ecology; Wildlife Community Ecology; and Ecological Basis of Tropical Conservation. Social Sciences Courses Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Regional Development Analysis; Environment and Cultural Behavior; Rural Peoples in the Modern World; Women and Development; Geography of World Agriculture; Tropical Lands and their Utilization; Geography of South America Seminar; History of Amazonia; Development Administration; Agricultural Development Communication; Common Property Resources; Evaluation of Education Products and Systems; Environmental Education Program Development; Comparative Environmental Regulation; Environmental Policy; and Latin American Development.