IBO510 Management of Ecological Systems

Code IBO510
Name Management of Ecological Systems
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice; Courses of Free Choice
Level and type Post-graduate Studies, Professional
Field of study Civil Construction and Real Estate Management
Faculty Department of Construction Entrepreneurship and Real Estate Economics and Management
Academic staff Ineta Geipele, Jānis Zvirgzdiņš, Tatjana Tambovceva
Credit points 3.0 (4.5 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation The study course provides knowledge about ecological systems, their management, internal and external environment of ecology management, their interaction. Students gain skills and knowledge of the ecological effects (results) market valuation system and methods in investment projects in construction and real estate management..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
The general objective of the study course is to develop students' ability to identify existing and potential environmental conflicts emerged in the result of business activities, specific features of ecological system management and make administrative decisions towards the improvement of business operations.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
The specific goals of the study course are to: be able to analyze and evaluate theoretical basics of ecologically oriented management. - Situation analysis.
Know specific features of ecological management and be able to position it in an administrative system. - Situation analysis.
Be able to evaluate the importance of environmental management standards for the system of ecological management. - Situation analysis
Be able to identify ecologically orientated problems of administration and solve them in order to improve company's status. - Situation analysis, management decision-making.
Be able to see the benefits of economic and ecological results of ecological management. - Situation analysis, management decision-making, exam.
Course prerequisites Subject is based on knowledge acquired in previous study period

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