This certificate is geared toward non-commissioned officers and company- and field-grade officers in the Special Operations and Civil Affairs communities, as well as Department of Defense, USAID, Peace Corps, and other professionals working to address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The certificate courses focus on global environmental sustainability and water resources. The certificate may be completed online or on campus and requires the completion of 12 credits. The certificate program is administered by CSU's Office of Defense Engagement through the School of Global Environmental Sustainability.
Effective Fall 2018
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|Issues in Global Environmental Sustainability 1|
|Select 9 credits from the following:||9|
|Applied Advanced Water Resource Economics|
|Irrigation Systems Design|
|Irrigation Water Management|
|Wells and Pumps|
|Water and Wastewater Analysis|
|Advanced Biological Wastewater Processing|
|Water Resources Planning and Management|
or WR 511
|Water Resource Development|
|Water Resource Systems Analysis|
|Drainage and Wetland Engineering|
|Pipeline Engineering and Hydraulics|
|Urban Stormwater Management|
|Civil Engineering Project Management|
|Sustainable Water and Waste Management|
|Engineering Applications of GIS and GPS|
|GIS in Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Infrastructure and Utility Management|
|Computer-Aided Water Management and Control|
|Water Law for Non-Lawyers|
|Program Total Credits:||12|
*This certificate may have courses in common with other graduate certificates. A student may earn more than one certificate, but a given course may be counted only in one certificate.
Or a SoGES endorsed graduate course chosen in consultation with certificate advisor if GES 520 has been completed.