Adam Daigneault – Courses
SFR 444/544 Forest Resource Economics, Syllabus
Economics of domestic and international forest resources production, processing and distribution. Contributions of forest resources to local, regional, and national economies. Fundamentals of financial analysis. Evaluation of priced and unpriced forest resources for acquisition, taxation, management, and disposal. Because of overlap SFR 444 and SFR 544 cannot both be taken for degree credit.
General Education Requirements: Satisfies the General Education Social Contexts and Institutions Requirement.
Prerequisites: ECO 120.
Course Typically Offered: Fall
SFR 446/546 Forest Policy, Syllabus
Mechanisms involved in, and influences on the evolution of national, state and private forest policies in the United States and other nations. Development of professional codes of ethics in Forestry and examination of professional, private business, environmental, and public sector ethical challenges, particularly in the formation of forest policies. Lec 3.
General Education Requirements: Satisfies the General Education Social Contexts and Institutions and Ethics Requirements.
Course Typically Offered: Spring