Required Courses in the Sustainability Minor
The sustainability minor consists of seven courses (19 credit hours). These courses may count toward the College Core or another minor.
|Choose one:||BIOL 101C P4 Environmental Issues|
|SUST 102 LC Issues in Sustainability|
|PHIL 235||P2 Environmental Ethics|
|ECON 105C||P3 Principles of Microeconomics|
|All of the following courses either provide skills that are vital to advanced critical thinking in sustainability issues or are an in-depth integration of sustainability to a specific field. To ensure a diverse evaluation of sustainability, only one course from a discipline can be applied as an elective. For example, only one CHEM course can be used to satisfy the requirement. Also note that this is a partial list of elective that may be used. Additional courses will be added as they are developed.|
|Choose three*:||BIOL 408 Ecology|
|BIOL 410 Conservation Biology|
|CHEM 315 Analytical Chemistry|
|ECON 360 Environmental Economics|
|EDUC 335 Differentiated Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)|
|ENGL 204 P1 Nature Writing|
|ENGL 290 Science, Rhetoric, Public|
|MATH 170 P4 Mathematical Modeling|
|MATH 260 Applied Mathematical Statistics|
|POSC 211 Intro Public Policy|
|PSJS 270 CC Ethics & World Ecology|
|PSJS 275 P3 Sustainable Futures|
|STAT 160 P4 Data Analysis in Social Research|
|SUST 138 P4 Green Chemistry|
|SUST 210 P4 Systems Thinking|
|SUST 400||Sustainability Capstone|
*Each elective must be from a different discipline, with at least one at the 200 level or above.
Note: A grade point average of 2.00 is required for all courses taken in residence that may be applied to the minor.
Please refer to the appropriate department for descriptions of the above courses.