Courses

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The following sustainability courses will be offered in Spring 2018. The home department is typically listed in parentheses. If sustainability students can only enroll under the SUS cross-list, then the course is listed as SUS. Please note that some classes have prerequisites.

  • Sustainability Principles and Practice (SUS)

Design (SUS1)

  • Water Chemistry and┬áTreatment (CE)
  • Wind Energy (CE)
  • Analysis and Modeling of Hydrologic Systems (CE)
  • Electric and Hybrid Vehicles (EE)

Impacts (SUS2)

  • Concepts of Energy and the Environment (PHYS)*
  • Environmental Aquatic Chemistry (CE)
  • Environmental Microbiology (CE)
  • Environmental Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Fundamentals of Conservation Biology (BIOS)*
  • General Ecology (BIOS)
  • Global Change, Water and Energy (CE)
  • Introduction to Ecological Horticulture (SUS)
  • Our Global Environment: History and the Anthropocene (HIST)
  • Population Dynamics (SOC)
  • Social Factors & Sustainability: Effects of the Built Environment on Health & Well-Being (ARCH)
  • The Marine Environment (BIOS)*

Social Institutions (SUS3)

  • Corporate Sustainability Reporting (MGTO)
  • Environmental Economics and Policy (ECON)
  • International Politics of Climate Change (SUS)
  • Land Use Policy and Practice (FIN)
  • Natural Resources Law (LAW)
  • Sustainable Development in a Changing World (CE)
  • Sustainable Development: The Role of Business (MGTO)
  • The Business of Energy (ENER)
  • Topics in Sustainable Business (MGTO)

Individual Behavior & Values (SUS4)

  • Animal Encounters (ANTH)*
  • Ethics and Ecology (PHIL)*
  • Sustainability and Collapse (ANTH)*
  • Social Factors & Sustainability: Effects of the Built Environment on Health & Well-Being (ARCH)
  • Theology and Ecology (THEO)*

*These classes can double-count as university requirements.