env431 | undergraduate

Public Policy Analysis

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This course will examine the fundamentals of public policy analysis to the environment. Students will explore the management of public policy issues related to land use and urbanization, ecosystem preservation, global analysis, and policy making.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Introduction to Environmental Policy

    • Summarize the challenges of environmental policy
    • Explain how policy decisions are impacted by the value placed on the environment.
    • Analyze environmental policy decisions.

    Air and Water

    • Describe approaches to control of pollutants.
    • Explain air and water pollution policy development.
    • Analyze policy proposals for air and water pollution issues.

    Energy

    • Describe energy issues, including sources and current policies.
    • Analyze policy proposals for energy issues.

    Waste and Land Use

    • Analyze waste and land management issues including urban sprawl.
    • Analyze policy proposals for waste and land management.

    International Issues

    • Describe significant global environmental challenges and policy approaches in order to address them.
    • Hypothesize solutions to global public policy issues.
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