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  1. Students will be able to identify and explain the biological, physical, chemical, economic, and societal dimensions of environmental and ecological management issues.
  2. Students will be able to communicate knowledge of environmental and sustainability sciences concisely and effectively in written, oral, and visual formats and to work collaboratively in solving environmental problems and developing sustainable human-ecological systems.
  3. Students will develop and use scholarly skills (e.g., methods for generation and analysis of information) pertinent to the student’s selected E&S concentration; these skills will be applied in developing sustainable biological, physical-chemical, economic, and/or social strategies to solve environmental problems at local, regional, and/or global scales.