Search Course Descriptions
Find courses...

BU Hub Areas

Select a single Hub area or combination of areas below. Please note: this search will only return courses that satisfy all of the Hub areas selected.

Philosophical, Aesthetic, and Historical Interpretation
Scientific and Social Inquiry
Quantitative Reasoning
Diversity, Civic Engagement, and Global Citizenship
Intellectual Toolkit
Searching for SI847 returned 1 results in 0.32 seconds.

Displaying 1-1 of 1     
QST SI 847 - Strategic Analysis of Energy & Environmental Sustainability Projects
This course is a field-based team project course focused on real world issues related to energy and environmental sustainability. Course projects are provided by external "client" organizations and provide students with an integrative, hands-on experience in the development, deployment, and/or implementation of sustainable energy/environmental technologies/systems/initiatives. Examples of client organizations are public/private/non-governmental organizations that operate in the: a) energy generation, distribution or storage sector, b) energy/energy services (ESCO)/environmental services sector, c) energy/environmental project development services or financing sector, or d) public/private sector, such as a large energy-user evaluating sustainable energy/environmental strategy/implementation alternatives. The course is of hybrid design, blending in-class lectures, panel discussions and cases with on-line elements and field site visits. Prior course work in areas such as finance, marketing, policy and strategy will be augmented with specific/relevant industry/application/technical content through online sources, webinars and expert speakers.

[ 3 cr.]

Offered: Either sem.

Grad Prereq: AC710/711/712, FE717/721/722, FE730/PL714/727, IS710/711/716, MK713/723/724, OB712/713/715, OM710/725/726, QM711/716/717, SI718/750/751
BUniverse videos for