Global and Local Sustainability Minor

Requirements (18 Credits)

  • IND/SUST 123 Introduction to Sustainable Communities (3) -CI; CT OR online course (minimum of 3 credits) approved by the Program Director
  • Select one (3 credits):

    • BIO302 Ecology (3)
    • ENS201 Introduction to Environmental Science (3)-CT
    • ENS304 Environmental Chemistry (3)
  • Select one (3 credits):

    • ECO201 Principles of Microeconomics (3)-CT
    • ECO202 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)-CT
    • ECO206 The Economics of Sustainable Development (3)-CT
    • ECO213 Economics of Inequality (3)-CT
    • ECO343 Global Economic Geography (3)-CR
  • Select one (3 credits): NOTE: History and Political Science department course offerings have changed course prefix/designation to the following: HP (formerly HG): History & Political Science courses; HST (formerly HIS): History courses; PSC (formerly GVT): Political Science courses.

    • HP/IND250 Introduction to Historic Preservation (3)-CI
    • HST230 Problems of the Third World (3) 
    • HST324 Global Environmental History (3)-CR
    • IND120 Introduction to Global Studies (3)-CI
    • PSC113 Introduction to American Politics (3)-CR  
    • PSC114 State & Local Government (3)-CR
    • PSC121 International Relations (3)-CI
    • PSC125 Introduction to Public Policy (3)-CT
    • PSC210 The Politics of Globalization (3)-CI
    • PSC231 Global Governance (3)-CI  
  • Select two (6 credits):

    • BIO/SUST304 Conservation Biology (3) - CI; CR; ME; WI 
    • ENS/SUST310 Global Water Issues (3) - CI; ILIT
    • HCS308 Environmental Health (3)
    • HCS335 Critical Issues in Global Health (3) - CI
    • IND/SUST322 Alternative and Renewable Energy Issues (3) - CI; CT
    • IND/SUST326 Green Buildings (3) - CI; CT
    • IND/SUST338 Food & Agriculture Issues (3) - CI
    • IND/SUST344 Sustainable Business Practices (3) - CI; ME
    • IND/SUST351 Urban Planning & Community Development (3) - CI; CR

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