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M.Phil. in Engineering for Sustainable Development, 2004: Notice

The Degree Committee for the Faculty of Engineering give notice that the mandatory and optional modules available for study for the M.Phil. in Engineering for Sustainable Development (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 469) in the academical year 2004-05 and the form of examination of each module will be as follows:

Mandatory modules

(all assessed by course-work)

Michaelmas 2004

ESD0Sustainable development contexts
ESD1Fundamental disciplines

Lent 2005

MOT&I1Management of technology and innovation (weighted as two modules)
ESD2Changing organizations towards sustainability
ESD3Sustainable development - engineering responses

Optional modules

Michaelmas 2004Mode of assessment2
4A8Environmental fluid mechanicsexamination
4B14 Solar-electronic power: generation and distributionexamination and course-work
4D1Petroleum engineering examination andcourse-work
4D14Contaminated land and waste containmentexamination and course-work
4E4Management of technologycourse-work
4E6Accounting and financeexamination
4E8Design and management of manufacturing systemscourse-work
5CM11Electricity and environmentcourse-work
ESD-E303Sustainable development of large infrastructure projects course-work
ESD-E403LCA for the built environmentcourse-work
ESD-1.73Water pollution analysiscourse-work
SP 7533Design for developing countriescourse-work
MP13Developing countries and the global business revolutioncourse-work
ESD-A1Environmental design for architecture: 1. History and theorycourse-work
ESD-A2Environmental design for architecture: 2. Heatcourse-work
ESD-A3Environmental design for architecture: 3. Lightcourse-work
ESD-A4Environmental design for architecture: 4. Aircourse-work
ESD-G1Rural resources and societycourse-work
Lent 2005Mode of assessment2
4D15Sustainable water engineeringcourse-work
4E5 International business economicscourse-work
5CM13Logistic systems controlcourse-work
5CM15Project managementcourse-work
1.8173,4 Planning for sustainable developmentcourse-work
1.818J3 Sustainable energycourse-work
1.253J3,4 Transportation and environmental limitscourse-work
11.4793 Water and sanitation in the developing worldcourse-work
1.813J3 Sustainability, trade, and the environmentcourse-work
ESD-1.83,4Legal frameworks and environmental regulationcourse-work
TP3Key methods in technology policycourse-work
TP6Risk management and real options for engineering systemscourse-work
TP7The political economy of technology policycourse-work
TPE8Systems dynamicscourse-work
MP5Environment and sustainabilitycourse-work
ESD-A5Environmental design for architecture: 5. Energycourse-work
ESD-A6Environmental design for architecture: 6. Soundcourse-work
ESD-A7Environmental design for architecture: 7. Comfort course-work
ESD-A8Environmental design for architecture: 8. Sustainable urban designcourse-work
ESD-CE2Sustainability and chemical engineeringexamination

The Degree Committee for the Faculty of Engineering reserves the right to add to this list during the Michaelmas Term 2004.

1 In exceptional circumstances the Degree Committee may allow a candidate not to complete this module.

2 All written examinations are of one and a half hours' duration unless otherwise specified.

3 The Degree Committee for the Faculty of Engineering, in consultation with MIT, reserve the right to withdraw any of these modules should less than 10 students enrolled on the M.Phil. in Engineering for Sustainable Development elect to study them.

4 Subject to confirmation from MIT.

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Cambridge University Reporter 30 June 2004
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