SMGT 305 Climate Change and Sustainability

This course focuses on climate change science and greenhouse gases, natural and human impacts of climate change, and sustainable and efficient strategies to limit carbon emissions. The course is divided into three major areas: 1) climate science and measured impacts, 2) modeled predictions and mitigation/adaptation strategies, 3) sustainable and carbon neutral practices. This course will emphasize not only the economics of carbon budgeting and increasing efficiency but also the human role in creating and solving climate change and the discrepancies in who, where, and what will be impacted by both climate change and the necessary solutions.

Prerequisite: College Math (for degree-seeking students only; there are no prerequisites for certificate students)

SMGT 305 course syllabus

Semesters Offered: Spring 2024, Spring 2025

Credits: 3

Degree Level: Bachelor's