Current Offerings

Fall 2018 Course Offerings for the Sustainable Development Minor

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

Fall 2018 Course Offerings for the Sustainable Development Minor

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

Required Courses:

GES 1500: Intro to Environmental Studies and Sustainability – 3 credits

Core Courses

HSCI 4090: Food, Culture, Community and Health – 3 credits (ENVT) Note: summer course

GES 3250: Geography of Climate Change – 3 credits (ENVT) Note: summer course

GEOL 3700: Environmental Geology - 4 credits (ENVT)

ANTH 4270: Landscape Archaeology, Sustainability, and Collapse – 3 credits (ENVT)

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

SOC 4250: Sociology of the Environment – 3 credits (EQTY)

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

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

Elective Courses

GES 4660: Urban Ecology – 3 credits (ENVT) Note: early summer course (Dr. Cerian Gibbes)

GES 4660: Environmental Impact Assessment – 3 credits (ENVT) Note: early summer course (Devin Moeller)

CHEM 4521: Environmental Chemistry – 3 credits (ENVT)

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

GES 4170: Discovering Place – 4 credits (ENVT)

PHIL 3500: Buddhist Philosophy – 3 credits (EQTY)

GES 4510: Applied Hydrology – 3 credits (ENVT)

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

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

WEST 3400: Advanced Theory: An Intersectional Approach – 3 credits (EQTY)

MAE 2301: Thermodynamics - 3 credits (ENVT)