Thanks to generous grants from the USDA, HUD and the DOE, The University of Alaska Fairbanks is offering a course on sustainable energy, for the Spring 2011 semester, at no cost to the student. The course, "Introduction to Sustainable Energy" (ENVI 293) is a 3-credit course that provides an introduction to energy efficiency and renewable energy and covers a wide range of topics. The course is available through distance delivery (on-line), which means it's available to anyone in the world with Internet access, and there’s no charge to the student. Classes start on January 18th.
The textbook is also available at no charge to the student. It's available via free download from the link on the syllabus (this option is encouraged). If students want a paper copy of the text (at no charge to the student), please contact Chet Chambers (email@example.com) or (907) 842-5109.
ENVI F293 (3 credits): This course focuses on energy use and production in society and its environmental impacts. Problems discussed are mainly related to the extent of the sustainability of current practices. The solutions presented resolve around energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Classes begin January 18th, 2011
INSTRUCTOR: DR. TOMAS MARSIK DATES: JANUARY 18, 2011– MAY 4, 2011 MEETING TIMES: TUESDAY, THURSDAY 6:50PM-8:20PM AVAILABLE VIA DISTANCE DELIVERY (ON-LINE & PHONE) TUITION: NO COST TO THE STUDENT! CALL (907) 842-5109 TO REGISTER NOW!