Courses

The following sustainability courses will be offered in Fall 2020. Please note that some classes have prerequisites. New courses are in bold.

  • Sustainability Principles and Practice (SUS 20010)
Tri Campus Photo

Sustainable Design & Engineering (SUS1)

  • Analysis and Modeling of Hydrological Systems (CE 40456)
  • Electrical and Hybrid Vehicles (AME 40472)
  • Environmental Systems I (ARCH 40411)
  • Introduction to Environmental Engineering (CE 30300)
  • Social Factors and Sustainability (ARCH 40312)
  • Transportation Engineering (CE 40620)

Natural Systems & Human Impacts (SUS2)

  • Aquatic Ecology (BIOS 30420)
  • Earth Focus (PHYS 10033/20333)
  • Environmental Microbiology (CE 40350)
  • General Ecology (SUS/BIOS 30312)
  • Local Flora (1cr) (SUS/BIOS 20300)
  • Planet Earth (SC 10100, CE 20110)
  • Primate Behavior & Ecology (ANTH 30122)
  • Stream Ecology (BIOS 40527)
  • Water, Disease, and Global Health (CE 40355, IDS 40800)
Ornithology

Courses on Sustainability and Social Institutions (SUS3)

  • Environment, Food, and Society (SOC/SUS 20666)
  • Our Global Environment (also counts for SUS2) (SUS/HIST 30998)*
  • Policy Lab: Lessons from COVID-19 for Climate Change (KSGA 30491)
  • Social Concerns Seminar: Energy & Climate (1cr) (CSC 33985)

Individual Behavior & Values (SUS4)

  • Environmental Ethics: Ethical Reasoning in the Anthropocene (SUS/THEO 20845)*
  • Food, Ecology, and Theology (SUS/THEO 20809)*
  • Sustainability at Notre Dame/Saint Mary's/Holy Cross (SUS 20350, THEO 20672)*
  • Sustainability through Catholic Social Tradition (1cr) (SUS/CST 23451)
  • Science, Theology, & Creation (SUS/THEO 20888) *
  • The Revolt of Nature: Literature and the Anthropocene (ENGL 20722/40722)*
  • (Un)sustainable Philosophies (SUS/PHIL/STV 20650, GSC 20535)*
  • Writing About the Environment in St. Joseph County (WR 13200 Section 1)*
  • Writing the Anthropocene (SUS/ENGL 30009)*

*Can double-count as university requirements