Sustainability Studies Core Concentration

 

In addition to SUST 101, 301 and 401, students must take two electives from the list below following these requirements:

  • one course must be at the 200-level or above

  • both courses could not be used to fulfill requirements for the studentís major (e.g., have the same program designation or are required for the major)

  • both courses do not come from prohibited Core Concentration programs as based on the studentís major following the list of restrictions on pp. 124-125 of the University catalog (see restrictions listed below).

 

Electives for the SUST CC

 

ANTH 222 Environmental Anthropology*

ARCH 101 Introduction to Architecture

ARCH 321 Site and Environment                                                                   

AAH 423 Nature and Art

BIO 104 Biology II and Lab

BIO 231 Bioethics*

BIO 240 Concepts of Ecology#

BIO 312 Conservation Biology#

BIO 332 Fisheries#

BIO 345 Aquaculture and Lab#                                            

CHEM 201 Environmental Chemistry I and Lab*

CHEM 202 Environmental Chemistry II and Lab*

CNST 540 Sustainable Construction

ECON 320 Resource and Environmental Economics*

ENG 110 Serpents, Swords, Symbols & Sustainability

ENGR 320 Environmental Engineering*

ENGR 340 Sustainable Energy Systems*

ENGR 405 Air Pollution and Control*

ENGR 407 Solid and Hazardous Waste Management*

HIST 354 United States Environmental History*

HP 150 Introduction to Historic Preservation

NATSC 103 Earth System Science and Lab

NATSC 203 Humans, Environmental Change and Sustainability#

NATSC 204 Oceanography

NATSC 301 Marine Resource Management#

PLS 200 Environmental Law

POLSC 383 Environmental Politics & Policy

SUST 430 Special Topics in Sustainability Studies#

 

#These courses have pre-requisite requirements that can also be taken as an elective for the Sustainability Studies Core Concentration.

 

*These courses have pre-requisite requirements that do not fulfill requirements for completion of the Sustainability Studies Core Concentration. Some pre-requisites may be waived with the instructorís permission.

 

Elective restrictions for the SUST CC

Accounting majors may not use ECON 320 as an elective.

American Studies majors may not use HIST 354 or POLSC 383 as electives.

Anthropology + Sociology majors may not use ANTH 222 as an elective.

Architecture majors may not use any ARCH courses as electives.

Art and Architectural History majors may not use AAH 423 or any ARCH courses as electives.

Biology majors may not use any BIO, CHEM or NATSC courses as electives.

Biochemistry majors may not use any BIO, CHEM or NATSC courses as electives.

Chemistry majors may not use any BIO, CHEM or NATSC courses as electives.

Computer Information Systems majors may not use ECON 320 as an elective.

Computer Science majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Construction Management majors may not use CNST 540 as an elective.

Creative Writing majors may not use ENG 110 as an elective.

Criminal Justice majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Dance Performance majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Economics majors may not use ECON 320 as an elective.

Elementary Education majors may not take the Sustainability Studies core concentration.

Engineering majors may not use any ENGR courses as electives.

English Literature majors may not use ENG 110 as an elective.

Environmental Science majors may not use any BIO, CHEM, or NATSC courses as electives, or ENGR courses, ANTH 222 or PLS 200  if those are used to fulfill requirements for the environmental science major.

Finance majors may not use ECON 320 as an elective.

Foreign Language majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Global Communications majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Graphic Design majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Historic Preservation majors may not use HP 150 as an elective.

History majors may not use HIST 354 or POLSC 383 as electives.

International Business majors may not use ECON 320 as an elective.

International Relations majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Legal Studies majors may not use PLS 200 as an elective.

Media Communications majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Management majors may not use ECON 320 as an elective.

Marine Biology majors may not use any BIO, CHEM or NATSC courses as electives.

Marketing majors may not use ECON 320 as an elective.

Mathematics majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Music majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Philosophy majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Political Science majors may not use HIST 354 or POLSC 383 as electives.

Psychology majors may not use ANTH 222 as an elective.

Theater majors may use any courses from the list as electives.

Visual Arts Studies majors may use any courses from the list as electives.