Published on December 14th, 2016 | by editor0
Environmental Tech Programs for Spring 2017 Semester
The Environmental Tech Programs at Wilbur Wright College will be offering credit classes in the Building Energy Technologies, Emergency Management, and Urban Ag programs in the Spring 2017 semester.
The Building Energy Technologies curriculum has first semester classes on Mondays and Thursday evenings, beginning the week of January 16. The two classes are Building Energy Fundamentals and Renewable Energy Systems (ENVR TC 104 and 114). These are the initial two classes (of 6 total) required for an accredited Certificate in Building Energy Technologies.
The Emergency Management program is offering courses in Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction planning (ENVR TC 106 and 115) on Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings. While these are second semester classes, students with academic, work, or military background in emergency management can be waived into the classes.
There are also several Environmental/Urban Agroecology courses in the schedule:
- Environmental Geology (ENVR TC 107) is a transferable credit course offered on Friday mornings;
- Intro to Urban Agroecology (ENVR TC 109) will be offered on Mondays and Wednesdays, in the 12-week session beginning February 22, at both Wright’s main campus and the Wright Humboldt Park facility;
- Intro to Horticulture (ENVR TC 193) is an online course taught by a University of Illinois Urbana/Champaign professor, and provided at City Colleges of Chicago cost. The online class sessions are held on Wednesdays, 3pm to 4pm, starting January 18.
The full Environmental Tech Programs course schedule for Spring can be viewed online at any time:
Please contact the Environmental Tech Programs at 773-481-8794 or -8979, or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.