Office of Sustainability

Sustainability‐Focused Courses 2012‐2013

BIOL 308. Environment & Culture: How People Transformed a Continent (3)

BA 401. Advanced Sustainable Management Applications (4)

MBA 620. Managerial Accounting (4)

MBA 675. Social Environment/Ethics (4)

CHEM 104. Chemistry & Society (3)

CD 256. Middle Childhood Development (3)

COMM 315. Communication and Social Advocacy (4)

ECON 306. Economics of the Developing World (3)

ECON 306D.  Economics of the Developing World Add’l Depth (1)

ECON 309. Economics of a Sustainable Society (3)

ECON 309D. Economics of a Sustainable Society Add’l Depth (1)

ECON 423. Environmental & Natural Resources Economics (3)

ECON 423D.  Environmental & Natural Resources Economics Add’l Depth (1)

ECON 450.  Energy Economics & Climate Policy (4)

ECON 470/ECON 570. Sustainable Rural Economic Development (4)

ECON 523. Topics in Environmental & Natural Resource Economics (3)

ECON 523D. Topics in Environmental & Natural Resource Economics Add’l Depth (1)

ECON 550. Economics of Energy & Climate Policy (4)

ECON 570/ECON 470. Sustainable Rural Economic Development (4)

EMP 105. Natural Resource Conservation (3)

EMP 109. Shake, Rattle & Roll (3)

EMP 210.  Public Land Use Policies & Management (3)

EMP 309 / ENVS 309. Environmental Conflict Resolution (3)

EMP 310. Introduction  to Natural  Resource Planning (3)

EMP 325. Environmental Law & Regulation (3)

EMP 350.  Fundamentals of Environmental Education & Interpretation (3)

EMP 360. Natural Resource Planning Methods (3)

EMP 400 / ENVS 400. Inscape & Landscape (3)

EMP 425. Environmental Impact Assessment (3)

EMP 460. Environmental Planning for Public Lands (3)

EMP 465. Rural Community Planning (3)

ENGR 114. Whole Earth Engineering (2)

ENGR 215. Introduction to Design (3)

ENGR 305.  Appropriate Technology (3)

ENGR 308. Technology & the Environment (3)

ENGR 351. Water Quality & Environmental Health (4)

ENGR 370. Energy, Technology, & Society (3)

ENGR 380. Community Agriculture (3)

ENGR 410. Environmental Impact Assessment (3)

ENGR 435. Solid Waste Management (3)

ENGR 445. Water Resources Planning & Management (3)

ENGR 448.  River Hydraulics (3)

ENGR 455.  Engineered Natural Treatment Systems (3)

ENGR 475. Renewable Energy Power Systems (3)

ENGR 492. Capstone Design Project (3)

ENGR 532. Energy, Environment, & Society (4)

ENGR 533. Energy & Climate Change (4)

ENGR 535. Development Technology (4)

ENGR 545. Water Resources Planning & Management  (3)

ENGR 548.  River Hydraulics (3)

ENGR 555.  Engineered Natural  Treatment Systems (3)

ENGR 575. Renewable Energy Power Systems (3)

EC 610. Environment & Community Research (3)

EC 615. Graduate Colloquium (1)

EC 680. Special Topics (3)

ENVS 110. Introduction to Environmental Science (3)

ENVS 220.  Introduction  to  Environmental Policy (3)

ENVS 301  / GEOG 301. International  Environmental Issues & Globalization (3)

ENVS 309 / EMP 309. Environmental Conflict Resolution (3)

ENVS 350. Principles of Ecological Restoration (3)

ENVS 410. Environmental Science Practicum (3)

ENVS 411. Sustainable Campus (3)

ENVS 450. Applied Ecological Restoration (3)

ENST 295. Power/Privilege & Environment (3)

ENST 490. Environmental Studies Capstone Experience (4)

FISH 220. Water Resources & Conservation (3)

FISH 260. Fish Conservation & Management (3)

FISH 300. Introduction to Fishery Biology (3)

FISH 335. U.S. & World Fisheries (3)

FISH 375. Mariculture (3)

FISH 460. Principles of Fishery Management (3)

FOR 100.  Critical  Thinking and Social and Environmental Responsibility (3)

FOR 116.  The Forest  Environment (3)

FOR 223. Introduction to Wildland Fire (2)

FOR 231. Forest Ecology (3)

FOR 302.  Forest Ecosystems & People (3)

FOR 315. Forest Management (3)

FOR 374. Wilderness Area Management (3)

FOR 400. Forestry in Modern Society (3)

FOR 431. Forest Restoration (3)

FOR 432. Silviculture (4)

FOR 471. Forest Administration (3)

FOR 475. Forest Management Decision Making (3)

FOR 532. Advanced Principles in Silviculture (4)

GEOG 105.  Cultural Geography (3)

GEOG 300. Global Awareness (3)

GEOG 300M. Global Awareness Depth Experience (1)

GEOG 301  / ENVS 301. International  Environmental Issues & Globalization (3)

GEOG 322. California (3)

GEOG 322M. California Depth Experience (1)

GEOG 332. Geography of the Mediterranean (3)

GEOG 332M. Geography of the Mediterranean Depth Experience (1)

GEOG 335. Geography of the Middle East (3)

GEOG 335M.  Geography of the Middle East Depth Experience (1)

GEOG 344.  South America (3)

GEOG 344M. South America Depth Experience (1)

GEOG 360. Geography of the World Economy (3)

GEOG 360M. Geography of the World Economy Depth Experience (1)

GEOG 365  / PSCI 365. Political Ecology (4)

GEOL 303.  Earth Resources & Global Environmental Change (3)

HED 388.  Health-Related Behavior Change (3)

HED 392. Community & Population Health (3)

HIST 326. History of Mexico (4)

IT 308. Socio-Technological Thinking Processes (3)

IT 340. Architectural Design (3)

NAS 331. Introduction to Native American Perspectives on Natural Resources Management (3)

NAS 332. Environmental Justice (3)

NAS 366.  Tribal  Water  Rights (3)

NAS 460. Tribal Rights: The Federal Role (3)

OCN 301. Marine Ecosystems—Human Impact (3)

OCN 304. Resources of the Sea (3)

OCN 306. Global Environmental Issues (3)

PHIL 302 / WLDF 302. Environmental Ethics (3)

PHIL 309 / WLDF 309. Case Studies in Environmental Ethics (3)

PSCI 240. Introduction to International Relations (3)

PSCI 306. Environmental Politics (3)

PSCI 352. Water  Politics (4)

PSCI 365  / GEOG 365. Political Ecology (4)

PSCI 373.  Politics of Sustainable  Society (4)

PSYC 405.  Environmental Psychology (3)

RRS 306. Wildland Resource Principles (3)

RRS 370.  Wildland Ecology Principles  (3)

RRS 460. Rangeland & Ranch Planning (2)

RS 361. Consumerism & (EcoSpirituality) (3)

SOC 302M. Forests & Culture for Majors (1)

SOC 305M. Modern World Systems for Majors (1)

SOC 320. Social Ecology (4)

SOC 370. Environmental Inequality and Globalization (4)

SOC 475. Community Organizing (4)

SOIL 468. Introduction  to Agroforestry (3)

WSHD 458. Climate Change & Land Use (3)

WSHD 558. Advanced Climate Change & Land Use (3)

WLDF 210. Introduction  to Wildlife Conservation & Administration  (3)

WLDF 300/300B. Wildlife Ecology & Management (3)

WLDF 302 / PHIL 302. Environmental Ethics (3)

WLDF 306. Birds & Human Society (3)

WLDF 460. Conservation Biology (3)

WS 680. Environment & Community: Gender, Race, Class (3)

ZOOL 530. Benthic Ecology (3)

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