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ENCE215

Engineering for Sustainability

Prerequisite: CHEM135; and permission of ENGR-Civil & Environmental Engineering department. Engineers have a key role to play in planning, designing, building, and ensuring a sustainable future. In this class, a problem-based approach is used to examine fundamentally-based analyses and approaches for engineering as sustainable society, with a focus on sustainable use of energy and materials, sustainable infrastructure solutions, atmospheric sustainability and sustainable water supply, and human population growth and resource consumption and its implications for sustainability.

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Average GPA: 2.75 between 1,158 students

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