Minor in Sustainability

A minor in Sustainability requires six courses:

SUS 151Introduction to Sustainability3.0
One of the following courses on Economy and Governance:3.0
Environmental Policy
Business Sustainability
Principles of Microeconomics
Environmental Economics
Development & Underdevelopment
Sustainable Development
Environ Decision Analysis
One of the following courses on Environment and Natural Resources:3.0-4.0
Global Environmental Issues
Indigenous Ecol Knowledge
Wildlife Conservation
Natural Resources Management
Environmental Chemistry
Adv Environmental Chemistry
Introduction to Oceanography
Environmental Geology
Nonrenewable Resources
Physics for World Leaders
Modern Climate Change
One of the following courses on Sociology, Ethics, and Leadership:3.0-4.0
Pedagogy of Place
Environmental Literature
Strategies to Global Solutions
Environmental Ethics
The Bible and the Environment
Native American Cultures
Peace and Conflict
Global Perspectives of Women
One of the following courses on Production Systems and the Built Environment:3.0
Art of the Italian Renaissance
Sustainable Design
Global Urban Studies
Sustainable Food Systems
Energy and Living Systems
Sustainability Internship (minimum 3 SH)
SUS 401Sustainability Project (minimum 3 SH)3.0
Total Semester Hours18.0-20.0

Note: No more than two courses may be taken from any single academic department other than Sustainability.