SUST297 - Introduction to Systems Transformation

This immersive course exposes students in the Sustainability Science and Practice coterminal master's program to systems thinking and innovation approaches that are needed in order to bring about large-scale system transformation. Scaled and complex challenges embodied in the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals are multi-stakeholder, multifactorial, inter-related, and systemic, and can only be addressed through innovations at the systems level. This hands-on session provides an introduction to innovation approaches and the mindsets that are needed to transform system behavior at scale in the real world. Students will identify skills that they will need to acquire in order to lead change toward a resilient and sustainable future. Course enrollment limited to SUST students. Please contact the SUST student services officer for permission code.Instructors: Banny Banerjee and Annette Zou.
Career
Graduate
Grading Basis
RSN - Satisfactory/No Credit
Min
1
Max
1
Course Repeatable for Degree Credit?
No

Course Component
Workshop
Enrollment Optional?
No