Hpac 1390 Greenplanning

Spring Environment and Sustainability Online Courses Now Available

Feb. 17, 2016
Online courses are offered in April and May UC Davis Extension is the continuing and professional education division of UC Davis

DAVIS, CA — Spring Environment and Sustainability courses are now being offered from UC Davis Extension. The school website has a full listing of courses and information about the online certificate program in Sustainability and the Built Environment, as well as professional concentrations in Renewable Energy and Green Building and Sustainable Design.

ONLINE Green Architecture
Explore the issues, challenges and opportunities associated with green building. Examine innovative residential, commercial, industrial, mixed-use and low- and high-density specialty buildings, and evaluate the micro- and macro-economic issues associated with green buildings.
•    April 25-June 3. Enroll now through April 25. Coursework must be completed by June 3.
•    $650. Enroll in section 154SDD102.

ONLINE Sustainable Planning, Environmental Site Design and Development
Learn about fundamental planning issues and sustainability processes as they apply to community planning and design situations. Identify key challenges in incorporating sustainability into planning strategies, policies and site design. Examine technical and environmental factors, and acquire techniques for site assessment to better plan for and incorporate sustainable practices into policy and design.
•    May 2-July 1. Enroll now through May 2. Coursework must be completed by July 1.
•    $650. Enroll in section 154SDD103.

For more information or to enroll, call (800) 752-0881, email [email protected] or visit the website.  


UC Davis Extension, the continuing and professional education division of UC Davis, has been an internationally recognized leader in educational outreach for individuals, organizations and communities for more than 50 years. With 62,000 annual enrollments in classroom and online university-level courses, UC Davis Extension serves lifelong learners in the growing Sacramento region, all 50 states and more than 115 countries.