SM 510 Perspectives in Environmental Management

This course addresses environmental management and its role in sustainability from multiple perspectives, including but not limited to that of a natural scientist, an engineer, a marketing manager, an economist, an environmental lawyer, and a policy maker. The course also introduces students to some of the many tools used by environmental managers, such as life cycle analysis, environmental audit, etc. Students will learn from the course instructor and invited subject matter experts, who will explain in a non-technical manner that is intended for adequate comprehension by students from diverse fields of study on how their respective disciplines contribute to proper management of our environment, thereby making our world more sustainable.



Cross Listed Courses

EN 510


Graduate Student or At Least Junior


Environmental Engineering Program


Fall Semester