UMassOnline, the online learning division of the University of Massachusetts, today announced a timely suite of three new program offerings in Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Environmental Public Policy and Green Building. These UMassOnline programs were collaboratively developed by, and are being offered through, UMass Amherst Continuing & Professional Education and its University Without Walls (UWW) unit, and UMass Dartmouth.
‘These quality programs have been developed in quick response to some of the most pressing environmental and ecological challenges facing our planet and a future generation of local, regional, national, and international business and community leaders,’ said UMassOnline Interim CEO Mark Schlesinger. ‘These innovative offerings and the speed at which they have been tailored for quality online learning,’ added Dr. Schlesinger, ‘speak to the University of Massachusetts’ online learning vision and our commitment to matching its educational programs, online and on-campus, with the ever-changing contemporary learning requirements needed to meet 21st century career opportunities.’
Complete program details about the Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Sustainability, Environmental Public Policy and Green Building Management can be viewed on the UMassOnline website at www.umassonline.net.
Thursday, June 04, 2009
Online Green Courses
UMassOnline Announces New Offerings in Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Environmental Public Policy, and a Green Building Professional Development Series: