Other Semesters

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The following is the complete list of sustainability electives. These are courses that are either being offered currently or have been offered in recent semesters. They are likely to be offered again in the near future, but this is not guaranteed. The home department is listed in parentheses. Please note that some classes have prerequisites.

  • Alternative Energy Devices and Materials (EE)
  • American Transcendentalism (ENGL)
  • American Wilderness (AMST)
  • Analysis and Modeling of Hydrologic Systems (CE)
  • Animal Encounters (ANTH)
  • Appalachia: Land and People (HIST)
  • Aquatic Ecology (BIOS)
  • Aquatic Ecology Laboratory (BIOS)
  • Biogeochemistry and Ecosystem Ecology (BIOS)
  • Concepts of Energy and the Environment (PHYS)
  • Earth Focus (PHYS)
  • Electrical and Hybrid Vehicles (EE)
  • Electrochemistry (CBE)
  • Energy and Climate (CBE)
  • Energy and Society (PHYS)
  • Energy Climate and Social Change (CSC)
  • Energy in Modern American Life (HIST)
  • Energy Law (LAW)
  • Energy Performances of Buildings (ARCH)
  • Environment, Food, and Society (SOC)
  • Environmental Aquatic Chemistry (CE)
  • Environmental Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Environmental Economics and Policy (ECON)
  • Environmental Education (SUS)
  • Environmental Microbiology (CE)
  • Environmental Ethics (THEO)
  • Environmental Systems I (ARCH)
  • Food, Ecology, and Theology (THEO)
  • Fundamentals of Conservation (BIOS)
  • General Ecology (BIOS)
  • Germany and the Environment (GE)
  • Global Change, Water, and Energy (CE)
  • GLOBES: Global Change and Civilization (ANTH)
  • GLOBES: Humans and the Global Environment (BIOS)
  • Green Japan (HIST)
  • Heritage Arch. Sustainability (ARCH)
  • Human Rights & Sustainability (SUS)
  • Introduction to Ecological Horticulture (SUS)
  • Introduction to Ornithology (SUS)
  • Introduction to Environmental Engineering (CE)
  • Literature and Environment: The End of Nature (ENGL)
  • Local Flora (SUS)
  • Methods in Ecosystem Ecology (BIOS)
  • Natural Resources Law (LAW)
  • Nature and the Community (WR)
  • Our Global Environment: History and the Anthropocene (HIST)
  • Photovoltaic System Design for Engineers (AME)
  • Physical-Chemical Water Treatment Processes (CE)
  • Planet Earth (SC)
  • Political Theory and the Environment (POLS)
  • Population Dynamics (SOC)
  • Practicum in Field Environmental Biology-Galapagos Islands (BIOS)
  • Practicum in Urban Climate Adaptation (SUS)
  • Reading Laudato Si in an African Context (SUS)
  • Social Factors and Sustainability (ARCH)
  • Solutions: Science, Policy, and Saving the Planet (POLS)
  • Special Research in Sustainable Design and Building Technology (ARCH)
  • Stream Ecology (BIOS)
  • Sustainability and Collapse (ANTH)
  • Sustainability at ND/SMC/HCC and in the Holy Cross Charism (THEO)
  • Sustainable Development in a Changing World (CE)
  • Sustainable Development: The Role of Business (BAET)
  • The Business of Energy (BA)
  • The Early Modern Climate (HIST)
  • The Geopolitics of Energy (POLS)
  • The Global Environment (HIST)
  • The Marine Environment (BIOS)
  • The New Thoreau (ENGL)
  • The Rhetoric of the Anthropocene (WR)
  • Topics in Sustainable Business (BAET)
  • Transportation Engineering (CE)
  • (Un)Sustainable Philosophies (PHIL)
  • U.S. Environmental History (HIST)
  • Water Chemistry and Treatment (CE)
  • Water, Disease, and Global Health (CE)
  • Wind Energy (CE)
  • Writing the Anthropocene (ENGL)