Current Offerings

Fall 2014 Course Offerings for the Sustainable Development Minor

Parenthetical abbreviations indicate which perspective for the minor the course fulfills.

Core Courses

GES 3170: Saving Place - 3 credits (ENVT)

GEOL 3700: Environmental Geology - 4 credits (ENVT)

ENSC/PES 1500: Energy Science I - 3 credits (ENVT)

WEST 4280: Native American Philosophical Thought - 3 credits (EQTY)

SOC 4380: Globalization and Development - 3 credits (EQTY)

GES 4680: Inequality USA - 4 credits (EQTY)

ECON 3610: Work and Pay - 3 credits (ECON)

Elective Courses

GES 4700: Urban Ecology - 3 credits (ENVT) Note: Summer course

GES 4700: Trails and Land Ethic - 3 credits (ENVT) Note: Summer course

SOC 4250: Sociology of the Environment - 3 credits (ENVT)

GES 1000: Climate and Vegetation - 4 credits (ENVT)

GES 2050: Digital Earth - 3 credits (ENVT)

MAE 2301: Thermodynamics - 3 credits (ENVT)

GES 4340: Soils - 4 credits (ENVT)

GES 4420: Conservation and US Public Lands - 3 credits (ENVT)

PES 1600: Intro to Solar Energy - 3 credits (ENVT)

PES 1620: Solar Energy Lab - 1 credit (ENVT)

ANTH 3040: Women Around the World - 3 credits (EQTY)

PHIL 4140: Philosophy of Nature: Sustainability - 3 credits (EQTY)

WEST 3150: Power, Privilege, and Social Difference - 3 credits (EQTY)

WEST 4140: Katrina: The Nation at a Crossroads - 3 credits (EQTY)