Full program description
The program requires that 4 courses be taken, each taking 2 weeks of study time. The program will take about 60 hours to complete.
The program is offered in 2 sessions each year, one in the Fall (October – December) and one in the Winter/Spring (February/April). Students may register and complete all courses in one session or spread out the courses (in order of prerequisite requirements) over a 2-year time frame.
Each course in this program will require approximately 15 hours of learner’s time. The program has 4 courses:
- Bioeconomy and Circular Bioeconomy Policies (October 2 – 13, 2023)
- Biotechnologies Enabling Circular Bioeconomy (October 16 – 27, 2023)
- Circular Bioeconomy Business Case Studies (November 6 – 17, 2023)
- Circularity Assessment Strategies (November 20 – December 1, 2023)
Courses must be taken in sequential order, as they build on one another, but may be taken individually, in different sessions within a two-year time frame, to receive the micro-certificate.