Advanced From Source to Sea to Sustainability
Integrated Cycles in Wastewater and Nutrient Management UN Environment
Enrollment is Closed

About This Course

Take an extra two weeks of class (10 to 15 hours) to apply your knowledge to an assignment: in 3,000 to 3,500 words write a case study pertaining to waste water management and/or nutrient management. You can apply this to your own specific context – your community, country, occupation, social status, or whatever other forms of self-identification you wish to apply -- or to a case occurring outside of your home region. Describe the nature of the problem faced in the area, the possible solutions, and your own personal plan to remedy/improve the situation.

The essays will be graded by three of your peers and you will grade three essays yourself. Grading will be based on a provided rubric, and the average from the three grades will be taken as the final grade for the assignment

You can also engage with other students on a discussion board to share your experiences and findings with colleagues from around the world.


Students are required to first finish the foundations course From Sea to Source to Sustainability before they will be able to access and complete this course.

Students who complete the pre-requisite must also request and generate their certificate of completion from their course progress page before they can view this advanced course. Once you obtain your certificate, a "View Course" button will appear next to the course listing on your dashboard.

  1. Course Number

  2. Classes Start

    Feb 06, 2022
  3. Registration Ends

  4. Classes End

  5. Duration


    Advanced Certificate:

  6. Estimated Effort

    5 hours per week
  7. Price

  8. Level

  9. Languages

  10. Prerequisites

    UN Environment ENV002

    You must successfully complete UN Environment ENV002 before you begin this course.