UC Berkeley Extension Professional Certificate in Green Chemistry

UC Berkeley Extension offers a Professional Certificate in The Essentials of Green Chemistry.

Green chemistry enables scientists and engineers to design chemicals and materials with minimal use and generation of hazardous substances. Growing public concern about product safety, along with new chemicals policies in the United States and the European Union, poses an imperative for decision makers in business, government, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to understand the business strategy and market drivers for green chemistry. In addition to new opportunities for growth and competitive advantage, businesses have new positions in green chemistry opening at points throughout the supply chain. Developed in association with the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, the Certificate Program in the Essentials of Green Chemistry trains professionals in chemistry, engineering, public policy, toxicology, and business so that they can work collaboratively with green chemistry colleagues in the U.S. and beyond. No matter what your schedule, Extension has flexible courses—including online, weekend, and evening options—to accommodate your work-life demands.



Who Will Benefit

This professional certificate is ideal if you are an environmental manager, sustainability consultant, health professional, product designer, engineer, chemist, biologist, product manager, materials scientist, project manager, or other professional who is interested in learning and applying the principles of green chemistry in order to promote sustainability in your field. It is also appropriate if you are considering a career change.

Online or Classroom Format

UC Berkeley Extension offers this professional certificate in both classroom and online environments. An ideal match for those unable to attend traditional classes, the online format offers the flexibility to take courses on your own schedule from anywhere in the world. Courses offered in both classroom and online environments are interchangeable, and you are free to enroll in courses of each format.

For more information please visit: http://extension.berkeley.edu/cert/greenchem.html.



For More Information 

Call (510) 642-4111 or visit extension.berkeley.edu.