Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 69.71
Liaison Sharmilla Raj
Submission Date May 6, 2024

STARS v2.2

Toronto Metropolitan University
EN-12: Continuing Education

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 3.13 / 5.00
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Total number of continuing education courses offered:
1,618

Number of continuing education courses that are sustainability course offerings:
61

Percentage of continuing education courses that are sustainability course offerings:
3.77

A copy of the institution’s inventory of its continuing education sustainability course offerings and descriptions:
Institution’s inventory of its continuing education sustainability course offerings and descriptions:
CPLE 995 Ecn Development and Business Improvement
CDFM 102 Facility Management Fundamentals
CVUP 155 LED Applied Research Project
CPLE 795 Local Economic Development Fundamentals
CDFM 103 Project Planning, Design, and Management
CDFM 112 Risk, OHS, Regulations, and the Law
CDFM 105 Space Planning and Management
CDFM 114 Real Estate Planning and Development
CDFM 113 Sustainability in Facilities
CVFN 411 Dimensions of Urban Agriculture
CFNY 404 Food Policy and Programs for Food Security
CFNY 403 Food Security Concepts and Principles
CFNY 409 Gender and Food Security
CVFN 420 Green/Natural Infrastructure
CFNY 510 Indigenous Food Systems in Canada
CVSW 932 Indigenous Knowledges in Practice
CINT 922 Introduction to Indigenous Worldviews
COHS 811 OHSE Management Systems
CVFN 400 Practicum/Project in Urban Agriculture
CVFN 412 Practicing Urban Agriculture
CFNY 400 Selected Topics in Food Security
CFNY 408 Urban Food Security
CVFN 410 Understanding Urban Agriculture
CKLA 420 Art and Management of Planting Design
CKAR 601 Building Science for Architectural Preservation and Conservation
CDDM 103 Design Management Project
CKLA 400 Ecology and Sustainable Landscapes
CKLA 310 Landscape Construction, Materials and Methods
CKLA 450 Landscape Restoration
CDID 520 Lighting Controls & Energy Management
CKAR 310 Materials and Methods
CKLA 320 Plant Materials
CKAR 500 Sustainable Buildings
CODG 126 Digital Geography Applications in Environmental Management
CODG 123 Digital Geography Applications in Utilities Planning
CGEO 131 Energy, Earth and Ecosystems
CGEO 151 Location, Location, Location
CGEO 110 The Physical Environment
CCPS 412 Social Issues, Ethics and Professionalism
CGEO 702 Technology and the Contemporary Environment
CCHY 583 Alternative Energies
CNUR 830 Current Issues and Future Perspectives
CPHL 307 Business Ethics
CCRM 402 Criminal Justice and Social Inequality
CPHL 500 Philosophy of the Natural Environment
CSOC 808 Sociology of Food and Eating
CPPA 122 Local Politics and Government
CECN 511 Economy and Environment
CINT 910 Indigenous Peoples, Pol and Reconciliation
CRMG 434 Intro to Logistics and Supply Chain Mgmt
CGCM 746 Sustainability in Print and Packaging
CEUS 102 Environment and Sustainability
CEUS 202 Sustaining the City's Environments
CKAM 170 Sustainable Building Design
CZMN 200 Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
CHTT 510 Sustainable Tourism: the Golden Goose?
CCRB 605 Caribbean Tourism: Impacts and Resistance
CKSS 210 Lean Six Sigma Contin Improvement
CKSS 211 Lean Six Sigma Sust Bus Enterprise
CKSS 100 Fundamentals in Sustainability I
CKSS 101 Fundamentals in Sustainability II

Do the figures reported above cover one, two, or three academic years?:
One

Does the institution have at least one sustainability-focused certificate program through its continuing education or extension department?:
Yes

A brief description of the certificate program(s):
The Facility and Property Management Certificate offered by TMU's Chang School for Continuing Education combines direct facility and property management skills with the broader business and management knowledge needed to thrive in the profession. Facility and property managers provide productive, safe, and comfortable work environments for their organization’s employees.

Website URL where information about the institution’s continuing education courses and programs in sustainability is available:
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