Sustainability and Environmental impact

Code

CERTIFICATE

DURATION / SCHEDULE

12 weeks

LENGUAGE

English

Terms

Spring, Fall,

Credit

16

FEES

$ USD 8397

 

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals established by the  United Nations were established as a map to guide for action-oriented people who understand the need to work on a balance of economic, environmental and social forces and programs needed to develop this wonderful world we live in.  These are just some of the topics at stake.

 

Choose 4 of the following courses for a Certificate in:
 

Sustainability and Environmental impact

Sustainable Development and Environmental awareness
Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems
Climate Change and adaptations
Costa Rican Environmental Policy
Sustainable Consumption and Production
Environmental Impact and Social development
Gender and Sustainability
Sustainable Lifestyles
Sustainability and resource management in the ancient world
Biotechnology and Sustainability (Spring)
 
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*   If a student comes during a Term which has Easter week the program is a week longer and  will have to pay an extra week for their homestay.
** Optional Spanish Learning course added to cost (deduct $865 if not chosen)
 
 

 

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