Curriculum

Course Spotlight

boseSustainable Investing and Economic Growth provides an introduction to techniques and themes in sustainable investing and examines the relationship between investment return expectations, economic growth and sustainability initiatives. The course has two related goals: to provide a set of tools to analyze the monetary value of sustainable investing and to examine the potential and pitfalls of the standard measures of growth, risk and return.

 

The Certification of Professional Achievement in Sustainable Finance requires the successful completion of 12 credits, where students choose four 3-point courses from the following course offerings:

SUMA PS5195 Green Accounting
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SUMA PS5020 Cost Benefit Analysis
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SUMA PS5197 Financing the Clean Energy Economy
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SUMA PS5155 Energy Markets and Innovation
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SUMA PS5175 Global Environmental Markets
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SUMA PS5150 Energy and Sustainable Development
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SUMA PS5142 Sustainable Finance
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SUMA PS5320 Sustainable Investing and Economic Growth
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SUMA PS5380 Financing Natural Infrastructure
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SUMA PS5440 ESG Investing and Responsible Investing Practices
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SUMA PS5650 Solar Project Development
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SUMA PS5770 The Business and Ecology of Sustainable Forestry
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