Minor in Food Science - Engineering in Society II CPST 3030   Engineering in Society II
CREDIT HOURS: 3
The course provides an overview of the concepts and interrelationships among sustainable development, environmental stewardship and public health and safety in relation to engineering practice. These concepts will be examined through historical examples and current theory and practice of the engineering profession. Lectures and discussion will consider global ecosystem functions, human interactions with the environment, methods of reducing human impacts; methods of achieving sustainability, engineering challenges to enhance sustainable development; and factors that influence occupational health and safety from engineering and management viewpoints. Students will be exposed to management methods and tools such as environmental auditing, ISO 14000, risk analysis and WHMIS and will be expected to consider class topics in relation to their own area of engineering specialization.
FORMAT: Lecture