The course is designed to introduce students to fundamental principles needed to address air pollution engineering.
SLS Affiliated Courses span all six Colleges. These courses teach students about "creating sustainable communities" from the perspective of their specific disciplines or course topics. They align with one or more parts of SLS' approach to creating sustainable communities.
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Air Pollution Control Engineering
American Environmental History
This course surveys the complex ecological, economic, cultural, social, and political outcomes that have resulted from human interactions with the natural world, in the geographical region encompassing the United States.
Built Environment and Public Health
This interdisciplinary course, examines how cities and neighborhoods can have both positive and adverse effects on human health, and produces recommendations to improve these outcomes.
Business Decisions for Sustainability and Shared Value
At the heart of the concept of “business sustainability and shared value” are interconnections among the economic, environmental, and societal dimensions of business performance.
Capstone Design is an interdisciplinary civil and environmental design experience. Students form teams of 3 – 5 people, and these teams function as “companies” that provide consulting services to a selected sponsor on a specific design project.
Career Success II
This course is focused on providing students opportunities to develop and reinforce tools and techniques to successfully become employed and maintain employment. Through this course, students will engage in internship opportunities on and off-campus that align with their career interests.
Chemical Engineering of Energy Systems
The course addresses the engineering of energy systems from a process engineering perspective and therefore requires energy equity literacy and design solution skills. Energy is one of the key drivers of social and economic development.
Climate and Global Change
Climate change is among the greatest challenges facing humanity today. The course breaks down the scientific underpinnings of how increasing atmospheric greenhouse gases affect the global climate.
Ecology is a flipped course where students work on applied problems, including those associated with climate change, invasive species, overexploitation etc.
Ecology Lab covers basic ecological phenomenon using urban ecological settings as the backdrop. As a class, we visit areas in the metro-Atlanta community to understand human-environment interactions within our ecosystem.
Empirical Economics Practicum I
This course utilizes some of the ideas and concepts of a relatively new movement "Data for Good" promoted by a few universities worldwide.
English Service Learning for Sustainable Futures
This English language course will develop spoken and written language skills through the theme of sustainable cities. We will examine environmental and technological issues in sustainability for Atlanta and students’ home country cities.
Environmental Policy and Politics
The course will focus on what constitutes effective environmental policy. First, we will analyze the evolution of environmental policy and actors in the environmental arena.
Field Work Abroad (Local Sustainability Practices)
NOTE: This course is taught at Georgia Tech Lorraine (GTL) in Metz, France.
Foundations of Human Computer Interaction
The theme of the course this year is sustainability. The course, however, is limited to first year MS-HCI students.
Fundamentals of GIS
Fundmentals of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a course designed to introduce students to the powerful world of geospatial information and technologies.
Globalization in the Modern Era
Globalization in the Modern Era (HTS 3055) will examine the social, political and economic bases for the phenomenon frequently referred to as "globalization." The course will discuss competing theories regarding the rise of globalization, as well as the divergent consequences that this
Information and Communication Technologies and Development
This course focuses on information and communication technology (ICT) design, adoption, and use as seen through the lens of global development.
Introduction to Land Use Planning
Japanese Discourse and Grammar
In JPN 4750/8803 "Japanese & Discourse" is the advanced Japanese course, the students learn Japanese discourse and grammar especially difference between the spoken and written language and male and female speech by watching TV drama, NHK documentaries, newspaper articles.
Life Cycle Assessment
Life Cycle Assessment, ISYE 8813 teaches the methods of evaluating life cycle environmental, economic, and social impacts of products and services.
Management in the Healthcare Sector
This course will explore the healthcare sector in its most comprehensive sense. It will analyze the healthcare “system” across the continuum of patient care – from prevention, to early detection, to diagnosis and treatment, to palliative care.
Modern Iran: Tehran on Screen
Planning, design and operation of systems of air, rail, water and highway facilities, including those for bicycles and pedestrians. In this course, we will focus on the need, purpose and design for multimodality. Why is a multimodal transportation system important?