Office of Sustainability

Sustainability‐Related Courses 2012‐2013

ANTH 315 / WS 315. Sex, Gender, & Globalization (4)

ANTH 316. Anthropology & Development (4)

ANTH 317 / WS 317. Women & Development (4)

ANTH 331. Paleoanthropology (3)

ANTH 333. Primatology (4)                    

AHSS 309. Darwin & Darwinism (3)

BIOL 434/BIOL 534. Population & Community Ecology (4)

BIOL 534/BIOL 434. Population & Community Ecology (4)

BOT 300. Plants & Civilization (3)

BA 340. Principles of Marketing  (4)

BA 380. Business Plan Development (3)

BA 417. Small Business Consulting (3)

BA 470. Management Theory (4)

BA 494. Business & Society (4)

BA 496. Strategic Management (4)

MBA 640. Managerial Finance (4)

MBA 650. Designing Effective Organizations (4)

MBA 679. Policy/Strategy (3)

CHEM 305. Environmental Chemistry (3)

CHEM 370.  Earth  System  Chemistry  (3)

CD 253. Prenatal & Infant Development (3)

CD 255.  Early Childhood Development (3)

CD 350. Perspectives: Life­Span Development (3)

CD 362. Children & Stress (3)

CD 463.  Administration of Early Childhood Programs (3)

ECON 104. Contemporary Topics in Economics (3)

ECON 210. Principles of Economics (4)

ECON 305. International Economics & Globalization (3)

ECON 305D. International Economics & Globalization Add’l Depth (1)

ECON 308. History of Economic Thought (3)

ECON 308D. History of Economic Thought Add’l Depth (1)

ECON 311. Intermediate Macroeconomics (4)

ECON 323. Economic History of the US (3)

ECON 323D. Economic History of the US Add’l Depth (1)

EDUC 604. Education in Society (2)

EED 752. Student Teaching in Elementary School (6

EED 754.  Student Teaching in Elementary School (6

ENGL 370/ENGL 570. Literary Field Studies (4)

ENGL 422. Advanced Research Writing (4)

ENGL 570/ENGL 370. Literary Field Studies (4)

EMP 277. Introduction to Remote Sensing (3)

EMP 376 / SOC 376. GIS for the Social Sciences (4)

EMP 377. Introduction  to GIS Concepts (3)

EMP 430. Natural Resource Management in Protected Areas (3)

EMP 450. Applied Environmental Education & Interpretation (3)

EMP 453. Environmental Education & Interpretation Practicum Graphic (4)

EMP 454. Interpretation Practicum Oral (2)

EMP 470. Intermediate GIS (3)

EMP 471. Spatial Analysis Lab Projects (1)

EMP 480. Selected  Topics (.5-3

EMP 480L. Selected Topics/Lab (.5-3

EMP 580. Selected Topics (1-3)

ENGR 115. Introduction to Environmental Resources Engineering (3)

ENGR 313. Systems Analysis (4)

EN GR 331.  Thermodynamics & Energy Systems I (3)

ENGR 333. Fluid Mechanics (4)

ENGR 356. Water Quality Analysis (3)

ENGR 416. Transport Phenomena (3)

ENGR 418/ENGR 518. Applied Hydraulics (3)

ENGR 421/ENGR 521.  Advanced Numerical Methods for Engineers I (3)

ENGR 434.  Air  Quality Management (3)

ENGR 441/ENGR 541. Hydrology II (3)

ENGR 443/ENGR 543. Groundwater Hydrology (3)

ENGR 451/ENGR 551. Water & Wastewater Treatment Engineering (4)

ENGR 471/ENGR 571. Thermodynamics & Energy Systems II (3)

ENGR 473. Building Energy Analysis (3)

ENGR 477. Solar Thermal Engineering (3)

ENGR 501. Environmental Systems Analysis I (4)

ENGR 518/ENGR 418. Applied Hydraulics (3)

ENGR 521/ENGR 418.  Advanced Numerical Methods for Engineers I (3)

ENGR 541/ENGR 441. Hydrology II (3)

ENGR 543/ENGR 443. Groundwater Hydrology (3)

ENGR 551/ENGR 451. Water & Wastewater Treatment Engineering (4)

ENGR 571/ENGR 471.  Advanced Thermodynamics & Energy Systems (3)

ENGR 573.  Building Energy Analysis (3)

ENGR 577. Solar Thermal Engineering (3)

EC 620.  Economic-Political Dimensions (3)

EC 640. Ecological Dimensions (3)

ENVS 230. Environmental Problem Solving (3)

ENVS 308. Ecotopia (3)

ENVS 330. Energy Systems & Technology (3)

ENST 120. Introductory Seminar in Environmental Studies (1)

ENST 395. Environmental Studies Research & Analysis (4)

ES 110.  Introduction  to  African American Studies (3)

ES 245. Hip Hop & the Black Experience (3)

ES 354. Minorities, American Institutions,  & Social Services (3)

ES 482. Topical Research in Majority/Minority Relations (2)

ES 654. Minorities,  American Institutions  & Social Services (3)

FISH 311. Fish Physiology (3)

FISH 370.  Aquaculture (3)

FISH 443. Problems in Water Pollution Biology (3)

FISH 450. Introductory Fish Population Dynamics (4)

FISH 473.  Wastewater Aquaculture (3)

FISH 485.  Ecology of Running Waters (3)

FISH 525. Wastewater Ecosystems Analysis/ Reuse (3)

FISH 585. Ecology of Running Waters (3)

FOR 216. Forest Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems (4)

FOR 222. Forest Health & Protection (3)

FOR 250. Introduction to Forest Operations (3)

FOR 321. Fire Ecology (3)

FOR 331. Silvics—Foundation of Silviculture (4)

FOR 365.  Forest  Financial Administration (4)

FOR 422. Wildland Fire Use (3)

FOR 423.  Wildland Fuels Management (3)

FOR 430. Forest Ecosystems (3)

FOR 433. Forest Resource Conservation Capstone (1)

FOR 434. Regional Silviculture (2)

FOR 450. Harvesting Systems Design & Cost Analysis (3)

FOR 465 / RRS 465. Forestland Grazing (2)

FOR 470.  Professional Forestry Ethics (1)

FOR 476. Advanced Forest Management (1-3)

FOR 476L.  Advanced Forest  Management Lab (1)

FOR 506. Advanced Principles of Remote Sensing & GIS (3)

FOR 523. Advanced Wildland Fuels Management (3)

FOR 530. Advanced Forest Ecosystems (3)

FOR 561.  Advanced Principles of Forest Economics (3)

GEOG 106.  Physical Geography  (3)

GEOG 106L. Physical Geography Laboratory (1)

GEOG 363. Political Geography (3)-4

GEOG 473. Topics in Advanced Physical Geography (1-4)

GEOG 473L. Physical Geography Lab (1)

GEOG 473M.  Topics in Physical Geography Depth Experience (1)

GEOL 108. The Dynamic Earth (3)

GEOL 109. General Geology (4)

GEOL 300. Geology of California (3)

GEOL 300L. Geology of California Field Trip (1)

GEOL 306. General Geomorphology (3)

GEOL 308. Natural  Disasters (3)

GEOL 308L. Natural Disasters Laboratory (1)

GEOL 457.  Engineering Geology (2)

HIST 105. Western Civilization, 1650 to Present (3)

HIST 110. United States History to 1877 (3)

HIST 111. United States History from 1877 (3)

HIST 311. World History to 1750 (3)

HIST 384. 20th  Century American West (4)

IT 371. Power & Energy (3)

INTL 310. Global Economics and Politics (3)-4

JMC 316. Mass Media & Contemporary Society (3)

JMC 323. Public Relations  (3)

NAS 200. The Indian in American History (3)

NAS 306. Native Peoples of North America (3)

NAS 358. Cultural Resource Management (3)

NAS 362. Tribal Governance & Leadership (3)

NAS 484. Special Topics in Native American Natural Resources & Environment (3)

OCN 420. Oceans & Climate (3)

OCN 430. Marine Pollution (3)

PHIL 341. History of Philosophy: Pre­Socratics through Aristotle (3)

PSCI 104. People & Politics (3)

PSCI 303. Third World Politics (3)

PSCI 317. Topics in Public Policy (1-4)

PSCI 360. Political Economy (4)

PSCI 464. Technology & Development (4)

PSYC 309.  The Thinking Consumer in a Materialistic Society (3)

PSYC 435. Psychological Study of Social Issues (3)

PSYC 487.  Evolutionary Psychology (3)

RRS 430. Wildland Restoration & Development (3)

RRS 465 / FOR 465. Forestland Grazing (2)

REC 345. Environmental Education (3)

REC 435. Geotourism (3)

SW 104. Introduction to Social Work & Social Work Institutions (3).

SW 255. Beginning Social Work Experience (2)

SW 355. Social Agency Experience (2)

SW 455. Field Experience (5

SW 530. Social Welfare Policy & Services (3)

SW 555. Foundation Internship (3)

SW 630.  Legal & Political Social Work (3)

SW 649. AGP: Wellness & Sustainability (3)

SW 655. Advanced Internship (3)

SOC 330. Social Deviance (4)

SOC 363. Environmental Crime (4)

SOC 376 / EMP 376. GIS for the Social Sciences (4)

SOC 420. Social Change (4)

SOC 535. Dispute Resolution (4)

SOIL 460. Forest & Range Soils Management (3)

WSHD 310. Hydrology & Watershed Management (4)

WSHD 333.  Wildland Water  Quality  (3)

WSHD 540. Modeling Watershed in GIS (3)

WLDF 111. Introduction to Wildlife (1)

WLDF 244. Wildlife Policy & Animal Welfare (1)

WLDF 420. Wildlife Management (Waterfowl) (3)

WLDF 421.  Wildlife Management (Upland Game) (3)

WLDF 422. Wildlife Management (Mammals) (3)

WLDF 423. Wildlife Management (Nongame Wildlife) (3)

WLDF 430. Ecology & Management of Wetland Habitats for Wildlife (3)

WLDF 431. Ecology & Management of Upland Habitats for Wildlife (3)

WLDF 478. Ecology of Wildlife Populations (3)

WLDF 497. Wildlife Ethics, Independent Study (1)

WLDF 531. Advanced Wildlife Habitat Ecology (2)

WS 303. Third World Women’s Movements (3)

WS 315 / ANTH 315. Sex, Gender, & Globalization (4)

WS 317 / ANTH 317. Women & Development (4)

WS 320. Act to End Violence Seminar (3)

WS 340. Ecofeminism  (3-4)

WS 391. Special Topics in Women’s Studies (3)

WS 430 / ANTH 430. “Queer” Across Cultures (3-4)

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