Current Offerings

Spring 2014 Course Offerings for the Sustainable Development Minor

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

Required Capstone

GES 4800: Sustainability Seminar - 2 credits

Core Courses

GES 3180: Changing Place - 3 credits (ENVT)

ANTH 3430: Approaches to Globalization - 3 credits (EQTY)

WEST 4120: Indigenous Views on Sustainability - 3 credits (EQTY)

HRMG 4850: Research Project (sustainability related) - 3 credits (ECON)*

            *  students will need to confirm with instructor

Elective Courses

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

GES 2050: Digital Earth - 3 credits (ENVT)

MAE 2301: Thermodynamics - 3 credits (ENVT)

GES 4410: Resource Management and Conservation - 3 credits (ENVT)

GES 4480: Environmental Problems of Colorado - 3 credits (ENVT)

GES 4650: Restoration Geographies - 4 credits (ENVT)

GES 4750: Recreation, Tourism, and Environment - 3 credits (ENVT)

ENSC/PES 1510: Energy Science II - 3 credits (ENVT)

PES 2500: Sustainable Energy Fundamentals - 3 credits (ENVT)

PHIL 3500: Buddhist Philosophy - 3 credits (EQTY)

GES 4920: Geography of Food - 3 credits (EQTY)

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

WEST 3400: Race and Gender Theory - 3 credits (EQTY)

VA 2000: Sculptural Forms/Sustainability - 3 credits (ENVT)

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