Number of Programs: 2
The Conservation Criminology certificate program prepares scholars and practitioners to improve efforts to reduce environmental problems. The certificate consists of three online courses that introduce key environmental risks and crimes, including wildlife poaching, illegal wildlife and hazardous waste trade, corporate environmental harms, environmental justice, eco-terrorism, climate change, and environmental security. The three courses are Environmental Risk Perception and Decision-Making; Corporate Environmental Crime and Risk; and Global Risks, Conservation, and Criminology. Course materials draw on theories, methods, and interventions from criminology and criminal justice, natural resources management, and risk and decision sciences. Students who complete the certificate will have improved capacity to work with individuals from multiple disciplines and professionals working in the field to address real world environmental problems.
Continuous enrollment is available for these online courses
MSU's Office of Executive Development Programs in the Eli Broad College of Business offers several online courses related to wastewater management. They are online, self-study courses in which participants complete lessons at their own pace.
- Effective Communication in the Water/Wastewater Field
- Maintenance Management in the Water/Wastewater Field
- Supervisory Management in the Water/Wastewater Field