ESM 121: Engineering for Environment
Undergraduate 3 credits
The course will explore introductory concepts of environmental science, engineering and health in relation to environmental protection. We will discuss concepts of sustainable development, explore engineering solutions to contaminated water, air and soil. Students will also get some basic understanding of how to make consumer products around us more environmentally friendly, and what are the criteria of sustainability we can apply in our everyday lives. The course explores intergenerational sustainability as a pivotal approach for the survival of human societies. It also discusses the reciprocal relation between ethics and technological progress.
Session Class # Section Instructor Days Time Campus Status Notes Session 2 65873 30 Alexander Orlov Flexible (Online) TBA West (Main Campus) Open×
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