Current Offerings

Spring 2019 Course Offerings for the Sustainable Development Minor

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

Required Courses:

GES 4800: Sustainability Seminar (prerequisite GES 1500, junior standing) – 3 credits

Elective Courses

BIOL 3750 Conservation Biology (ENVT)

GES 1000 Climate & Vegetation (ENVT)

PES 1510 Energy Science II (ENVT)

GES 4650 Restoration Geographies (ENVT)

GES 4500 Water Resources & Problems (ENVT)

PES 2500 Sustainable Energy Fundamentals (ENVT)

SOC 4250 Sociology of the Env’t (ENVT)

MAE 2301 Thermodynamics (ENVT)

GES 4660 Field Studies (Urban Ecology) (ENVT) - May/Summer Intensive

SOC 4380 Globalization and Development (EQTY)

PHIL 4140 Phil of Nature: Sustainability (EQTY)

WEST 4120 Indigenous Views on Sustainability (EQTY)

GES 4460 Field Studies in Geog. (Silverton)(EQTY)

ANTH 3660 Applied Commty Studies (EQTY)

ECON 3310 Ecological Economics (ECON)

PSC 4280 Int’l Political Econ (ECON)

HRMG 4850 Research Project (ECON)

COMM 4290 Communication, Social Responsibility, and Sustainability (ECON)