Courses

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

  • Sustainability Principles and Practice (SUS)

Design (SUS1)

  • Electrochemistry CBE 40435, CHEM 40435
  • Heritage Architecture & Sustainability ARCH/CE 40621
  • Nature & the Built Environment ARCH 53621
  • Physical-Chemical Water Treatment Processes CE 30320

Impacts (SUS2)

  • Concepts of Energy & Environment PHYS 10052 *
  • Environmental Aquatic Chemistry CE 20320
  • Environmental Hydrology CE 30455
  • Environmental Chemistry CHEM 20204 *
  • Forest Health and Society STV 10321
  • Fundamentals of Conversation BIOS 10117 *
  • General Ecology BIOS/SUS 30312
  • Global Change, Water & Energy CE 10300/20300
  • Intro to Ecological Horticulture SUS/BIOS 20204
  • Methods in Ecosystem Ecology BIOS 60543
  • Primate Behavior and Ecology ANTH 30122
  • The Marine Environment BIOS 10112 *
  • Population Dynamics SOC/SUS 43402

Social Institutions (SUS3)

  • Environmental Economics & Policy ECON/SUS 30531
  • Environment, Food, and Society SUS/SOC 20666 *
  • Forest Health and Society STV 10321
  • Green Japan HIST/SUS 30111 *
  • Peace, Ecology, & Integral Human Development IIPS/SUS 40409 (applications due Nov. 11th)
  • Sustainable Development in a Changing World CE 10700/20700
  • Sustainable Development: The Role of Business MGTO 30730
  • The Business of Energy ENER 20202, MGTO 20715
  • The Geopolitics of Energy POLS 30242

Individual Behavior & Values (SUS4)

  • American Transcendentalism ENGL 40609
  • Contemplative Ecology SUS/THEO 40879 (will be in Class Search soon)
  • Science, Theology, & Creation SUS/THEO 20888 *
  • Sustainability and Collapse ANTH 13200/23200, SUS 23200
  • Theology and Ecology SUS/THEO 20626 *

*Can double-count as university requirements