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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  3.00 unit(s)


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