Sustainability Courses

Environmental Economics: Evaluating the Impact of Sustainable Practices

Challenges for organizations today include defining a sustainable vision, setting measurable economic and program goals, and designing and implementing strategies to improve operations and productivity.

In this Evironmental Economics course, students will:

  • Identify long-term costs and benefits of sustainable practices through Lifecycle Cost Analysis (LCA).
  • Explore the strategies in economic analyses, incorporating facilities maintenance, equipment depreciation, and daily operating activities.
  • Discuss how to promote and evaluate increased productivity and new human behaviors that enhance sustainability--with an emphasis on the relative values, choices, perceptions, and concerns that impact conservation and work/life habits.

Course Number: BUSA-40692   Credit: 3 units

This course is part of the following Certificate Program(s):

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04/08/14 - 06/03/14   (Click to show details) In-class 100766 $415.00 Closed