Sustainability

Sustainability

This program is not eligible for Financial Aid
Title: 
Sustainability
Major: 
6240N
Effective term: 
2019 Spring
Final term: 
9999
Award: 
AC
Total credits required: 
15-18
Program Availability: 
Shared by: CG, GC, MC, PV, RS, SM
Award type: 
AC
Revision ID: 
307
Description

The Academic Certificate (AC) in Sustainability is interdisciplinary and builds a strong academic expertise within a student's desired focus area of Sustainability. The focus areas are established within and among the foundational pillars of Sustainability (social - environmental - economic).

Program notes

This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid. Students must earn a grade of C or better for all courses required within the program.

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Prerequisites
Credits:0 - 6
Student selecting GPH211 or GPH210 must complete the following prerequisites:
ENG101First-Year Composition (3) or
ENG107First-Year Composition for ESL (3) or
equivalent 3
 
Student selecting HRM290 must complete the following prerequisites:
HRM110Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management 3
Requirements
Credits:6
SSH111Sustainable Cities 3
SUS110Sustainable World 3
Restricted Electives
Credits:9-12
Students must select three focus area classes
ASM104Bones, Stones, and Human Evolution 4
BIO105Environmental Biology 4
 
CHM107Chemistry and Society (3) and
CHM107LLChemistry and Society Laboratory (1) 4
 
COM263Elements of Intercultural Communication 3
FON135Sustainable Cooking 3
ECN212Microeconomic Principles 3
EPS150Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3
ENV101Introduction to Environmental Science 4
 
GLG110Geological Disasters and the Environment (3) and
GLG111Geological Disasters and the Environment Lab (1) 4
 
GPH113Introduction to Physical Geography 4
PHI216Environmental Ethics 3
PSY132Psychology and Culture 3
SBU200Society and Business 3
SUS100Introduction to Sustainability 3
SCT100Introduction to Sustainable Built Environments 3
Competencies
  1. Explore the sustainable interaction between human and natural systems. (SUS110)
  2. Analyze the concept of sustainable development within local, regional, and global contexts. (SSH111)
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