Courses

The following sustainability courses will be offered over winter break:

  • Energy, Economics, and Environment (SUS1)
  • Recovery & Resilience: Fukushima Case Study (SUS3)
  • Contemplative Ecology (SUS4)
  • The Climate Crisis: Intersection between Biology and Christianity (SUS2 & SUS4)

The following sustainability courses will be offered in Spring 2021. Please note that some classes have prerequisites. New courses are in bold.

  • Sustainability Principles and Practice (SUS 20010)
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Sustainable Design & Engineering (SUS1)

  • Electrochemistry (CBE 40435)
  • Energy, Economics, and Environment (CBE 40425)
  • Photovoltaic System Design for Engineers (AME 50539)
  • Physical-Chemical Water Treatment Processes (CE 30320)
  • Sustainable Development in a Changing World (CE 20700)
  • Wind Turbine Performance, Control, & Design (AME 40530)

Natural Systems & Human Impacts (SUS2)

  • Chemistry in Service to the Community (CHEM 30331)
  • Concepts of Energy and the Environment (PHYS 10052)*
  • Environmental Hydrology (CE 30455)
  • Environmental Aquatic Chemistry (CE 20320)
  • Environmental Chemistry (CHEM 20204)*
  • Fundamentals of Conservation (BIOS 10117)*
  • General Ecology (BIOS 30312)
  • Global Change, Water & Energy (CE 20300)
  • GLOBES: Humans, Genes, and the Environment (ANTH 40808)
  • Herpetology (BIOS 30465)
  • Population Dynamics (SOC 43402)
  • The Marine Environment (BIOS 10112)*
Ornithology

Courses on Sustainability and Social Institutions (SUS3)

  • Climate Change and Armed Conflict (IIPS 40406)
  • Energy in Modern American Life (HIST 30668)*
  • Exploring America's National Parks (AMST 13184-01)*
  • Gender, Justice & the Environment (GS 30670)
  • Green Japan (HIST 30111)*
  • Environmental Economics (IDS 30559)
  • Environment, Food & Society (SOC 20666)* & Film Lab (1cr) (SOC 21666)
  • Global Environmental Issues & Policy (KSGA 30408)
  • Introduction to Sustainable Development (1cr) (SUS 25000)
  • Sustainability Accounting & Reporting and Impact Investing (ACCT 30160)
  • Sustainable Communities & Global Business (MGTO 30715)*
  • Sustainability in Food, Beverage & Agriculture (1.5cr) (MGTO 30725)
  • Sustainable Development: The Role of Business (1.5cr) (MGTO 30730)
  • The Business of Energy (ENER 20202)

Individual Behavior & Values (SUS4)

  • Animal Encounters (ANTH 33302)*
  • Climate and Culture (PHIL 20657)*
  • Creating Nature: Histories of Human-Environment Relations (SUS 40401)
  • Creation, Ecology, Technology (THEO 20110)*
  • CST Leadership Seminar: Sustainability (1cr) (CSC 33989)
  • Environmental Philosophy (PHIL 20603)*
  • Ethical Discourse for Environmental and Racial Justice (WR 13100-22)*
  • Intro to Environmental Humanities (ENGL 20752)*
  • Literature and Environment: The End of Nature (ENGL 20702)*
  • Peace, Ecology, and Integral Human Development (KSGA 30306)
  • Science, Theology and Creation (THEO 20888)*
  • Sustainability & Collapse (ANTH 23200)*
  • Theology & Ecology (THEO 20626)*

*Can double-count as university requirements