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This course examines the underlying principles of sustainable design within the built environment. The class will focus on environmental issues and design processes that enable professionals to create a more sustainable world. Students will develop an understanding of the concepts and terminologies of sustainable design and how these have evolved over time. The course provides context for the green building movement and will help students understand the breadth and interconnectedness of this wide-ranging field of study. Students will gain an understanding of sustainable design by examining the impact of human interactions, the built environment, and natural processes. This course also examines the underlying principles of sustainable design including energy efficiency, public policy, indoor environmental quality, ecology, and land use.
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