Special topics (different in fall and spring semesters) on energy from chemistry to materials engineering to urban planning to economic policy to alternative energy sources.
In this course, students examine the challenges and opportunities in key sustainability domains such as energy, water, food/agriculture, environmental quality/pollution, built environments & infrastructure, etc. The Integrated approach focuses on (i) enablers and constraints to achieving sustainability and (ii) interplay of scientific/engineering, economic/financial and societal factors.
Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.
The Master of Business & Science degree at Rutgers is a hybrid degree combining courses from an MS in a science area and business courses. This program is a part of the Rutgers Graduate School - New Brunswick.