The development of sustainability certificates in renewable resources, business, urban sustainability, and green science has culminated thus far in a Green Chemistry certificate. This certificate can be completed in one calendar year, if all prerequisites were completed previously. For more information on requirements and courses, visit the
Requirements for a Certificate in Green Chemistry
Complete (13-14) credits from the courses below: CHM 311 Green Chemistry and Industrial Processes Credits: 3 CHM 321 Environmental Chemistry Credits: 3 CHM 399 Readings in Chemistry Credits: 1 or 2 CHM 490 Chemistry Laboratory Internship Credits: 1 to 4
OR CHM 499 Investigation Problems Credits: 1 to 5
(any combination of CHM 490/499 that add to a total of 3 credits satisfies this requirement) AND (1) of the courses listed below: CHM 322 Environmental Chemical Analysis Credits: 3 NRM 330 Environmental Pollution Credits: 3 GPY 412 Global Environmental Change Credits: 3 ECO 345 Environmental and Resource Economics Credits: 3 GEO 300 Geology and the Environment Credits: 3 NRM 451 Natural Resource Policy Credits: 4 * GEO 445 Introduction to Geochemistry Credits: 4 *
*GEO 445 and NRM 451 are four credit courses; in case of opting for one of these two courses, the total number of required credits will be 14. For more information on career opportunities with a Green Chemistry Certificate, see the program description here. For more information on sustainability certificates, contact Dalila Kovacs at firstname.lastname@example.org.