P2 online course

University of Missouri offers online accredited Pollution Prevention Course

P2 Course: Applied Engineering for Sustainable Business Practices

The University of Missouri has developed a new applied engineering course in Pollution Prevention. The course focuses on methods, principles, and tools that will benefit every engineering student. It teaches industrial and commercial energy audits, waste assessments, water audits, full cost accounting and greenhouse gas calculations.

In today’s global economy, pollution prevention strengthens a company’s competitiveness and corporate sustainability goals. Are you a junior level engineering student who wants to learn these skills to help businesses become sustainable? Would you like pollution prevention training that will make your resume stand out? Enroll in our course today!

CV 4285 Pollution Prevention: Applied Engineering and Sustainable Business Practices is an accredited 3 hour engineering elective that can be completed completely on-line during the fall or spring semester. (See syllabus.)

Campus students register through Myzou and off campus students can register through Mizzou Online.

Course content

  • P2 in regulations
  • Waste elimination
  • Industrial efficiency
  • Water efficiency, reuse and sustainable stormwater practices
  • Calculating full costs and environmental impacts
  • Quality assurances for data collection
  • Successful technical report writing
  • Measuring results

Taking the course can qualify you for a 2014 internship or if you are a business or organization, learn more about hiring a 2014 P2 intern.

Questions? Contact:

Marie Steinwachs
573-882-5011 or moeac@missouri.edu