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Energy Science and Technology Master Information
Electives
- Elective Core Courses for the 2007 MEST regulations
- Electives for the 2018 MEST regulations

These courses are particularly recommended, other ETH-courses from the field of Energy Science and Technology at large may be chosen in accordance with your tutor.
Energy Economics and Policy
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
102-0317-00LAdvanced Environmental Assessments
Master students in Environmental Engineering choosing module Ecological Systems Design are not allowed to enrol 102-0317-00 Advanced Environmental Assessments (3KP) as already included in 102-0307-01 Advanced Environmental, Social and Economic Assessments (5KP).
W3 credits2G
102-0317-00 GAdvanced Environmental Assessments2 hrs
Thu09:45-11:30HIL E 9 »
S. Hellweg, R. Frischknecht
102-0317-03LAdvanced Environmental Assessment (Computer Lab I)W1 credit1U
102-0317-03 UAdvanced Environmental Assessment (Computer Lab I)
Takes place on Tuesday 8-9.45 at ETH Hönggerberg
(7 times; starting in the second week of the term; exact dates to be confirmed).
1 hrsS. Pfister
102-0317-04LAdvanced Environmental Assessment (Computer Lab II) Restricted registration - show details
Not for master students in Environmental Engineering choosing module Ecological System Design as already included in Environment and Computer Laboratory I (Year Course): 102-0527-00 and 102-0528-00.
W2 credits2P
102-0317-04 PAdvanced Environmental Assessment (Computer Lab II) Special students and auditors need a special permission from the lecturers.
Takes place on Tuesday 8-9.45 at ETH Hönggerberg
(8 times; starting in the second week of the term; exact dates to be confirmed)
2 hrsS. Pfister
102-0327-01LImplementation of Environmental and other Sustainability Goals
Master students in Environmental Engineering choosing module Ecological Systems Design are not allowed to enrol 102-0327-01 Advanced Environmental Assessments (2KP) as already included in 102-0307-01 Advanced Environmental, Social and Economic Assessments (5KP).
W2 credits2G
102-0327-01 GImplementation of Environmental and other Sustainability Goals
Takes place bi-weekly (starts on 24.09.2019, ends 17.12.2019).
21s hrs
Tue/2w08:50-11:30HIL E 9 »
A. E. Braunschweig
101-0577-00LAn Introduction to Sustainable Development in the Built EnvironmentW3 credits2G
101-0577-00 GAn Introduction to Sustainable Development in the Built Environment2 hrs
Tue14:45-16:30HCP E 47.3 »
14:45-16:30HIL E 4 »
26.11.14:45-16:30HIL E 4 »
17.12.14:45-16:30HIL E 4 »
G. Habert, F. Pittau
227-0759-00LInternational Business Management for EngineersW3 credits2V
227-0759-00 VInternational Business Management for Engineers
The lecture will be held in three blocks each of them on a Saturday (starts on September 21, 2019). Each block will focus on one of the three main topics of the course.
Between the blocks the students will work on specific case studies to deepen the subject matter. About two weeks after the third block a written examination will be conducted.
24s hrs
21.09.09:15-18:00ETZ E 6 »
12.10.08:15-18:00ETZ E 6 »
02.11.08:15-18:00ETZ E 6 »
W. Hofbauer
363-0537-00LResource and Environmental EconomicsW3 credits2G
363-0537-00 GResource and Environmental Economics2 hrs
Wed10:15-12:00HG G 3 »
L. Bretschger
363-0387-00LCorporate SustainabilityW3 credits2G
363-0387-00 GCorporate Sustainability
Lecture in HG F3
2 hrs
Wed/215:15-17:00HG E 21 »
Wed15:15-17:00HG F 3 »
Wed/215:15-17:00ML E 12 »
15:15-17:00WEV H 326 »
27.11.15:15-17:00HG F 26.3 »
11.12.14:15-18:00LFW C 1 »
V. Hoffmann
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