The Tom Farrell Institute for the Environment are please to announce our new fully online general elective course ENVS1000 Environmental Sustainability Explained
We live in a time of great change and challenge. Depletion of natural resources, overpopulation, over-exploitation, global climate change and pollution are just part of an extensive list of environmental concerns. The course is intended to assist students to make sound judgements concerning the environmental and sustainability issues which impinge on their own conduct as professionals and citizens.
This course would inform their main course of study and allow them to practice environmental concepts and practices in their chosen field of specialisation. Environmental Sustainability stands at the interface between humans and the Earth and explores the interactions and relations between them. This relationship will need to be considered in virtually all future decision making.
ENVS1000 introduces a sustainable future for our planet to those students who are not enrolled in environmental degrees. Students from the programs below may not take this course.
11368 - Bachelor of Development Studies
11587 - Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management
40057 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Environmental)
40090 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Environmental)/Bachelor of Science
40095 - Bachelor of Development Studies/Bachelor of Social Science
40101 - Bachelor of Development Studies/Bachelor of Business
The topics to be covered include:
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
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