SBLY 140 - Energy and SustainabilitySemester Hours: 3
Once a Year
This course provides an overview of energy science, economics, and policy with special attention to sustainable energy resources. The course content includes an overview of the different forms of energy, historical context of energy use and policy, energy efficiency, conservation strategies, and analysis of the pros and cons of all forms of energy resources in terms of environmental, economic, and societal impacts.
SBLY 001 or permission of instructor. Credit given for this course or SBLY 104A, not both. (Formerly SBLY 104A: Energy Sustainability.) May not be taken on a Pass/D+/D/Fail basis.
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