Building Sustainability at Cal - Course Description and Ad Codes

Looking for those FINAL TWO UNITS to round out your schedule? Interested in learning about sustainability issues and how you can help make campus buildings more efficient? Majoring in something related to design/architecture, planning, policy-making, science/engineering, or psychology/human behavior?

If your answer to any of the above questions is yes, take the "Building Sustainability at Cal" class offered this Fall 2012 semester and contribute to the culture of sustainability at Berkeley! Students taking this class will have an opportunity to implement infrastructural & educational projects focused on improving the operational efficiency of campus buildings. They will also benefit from the guest lecture series & field-trips related to various waste, water, food, and energy issues affecting the environment.

The class will be held twice weekly on M/W 12-1pm, Location TBD. Register for the class via Telebears  with the CCN 28857 (ED 98) if you are an incoming freshman/sophomore or 28887 (ED 198) if you are an incoming junior/senior. The class is graded P/NP, for 2 units. Although it is posted on schedule.berkeley.edu as Environmental Design 98/198, no design experience is required! For further questions or concerns, please contact the class facilitators at bsac.class@gmail.com. To learn more about the class or the BS@C program, please visit our website at http://buildingsustainability.berkeley.edu!