ENVS 4004 Pathways to Sustainable Energy
Students gain a practical understanding of how to move towards a low-carbon energy future. Students learn about international, national, and subnational policies that drive adoption of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and carbon capture and storage technologies and how the technologies work. The technological barriers to their widespread adoption and how to overcome these barriers are also discussed.
CREDIT HOURS: 3
COURSE FREQUENCY: Yearly
LECTURE HOURS PER WEEK: 3
PREREQUISITES: ECON 1101.03 or ECON 1102.03 and be a 4th year student, or have permission of instructor
Learn how to design, manage and complete a research project in Geographic Information Science (GIS). Projects must include a substantive analytical component where GIS is central to methods employed. Evaluation through written report, oral presentation and digital data.
*Required for completion of the GIS Certificate.
Prerequisites: ERTH/ENVS/GEO 3500; EARTH/GEOG 4520; Permission of instructor