Sustainable Ecosystems: Earth Sciences and Public Health Pillar

Required

One 3-credit course from this pillar must be selected as part of the minor program or if a course fits this pillar but is not listed, it can be approved by the program director. Also, the following list of course options does not include special topics courses, which also may count toward the minor with the prior approval of the program director. Topics relevant to the concentration must be approved by the program director prior to enrollment. Visit the sustainability minor website for current course offerings.

Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
BISC 1005The Biology of Nutrition and Health
BISC 1006The Ecology and Evolution of Organisms
BISC 1007Food, Nutrition, and Service
BISC 1008Understanding Organisms through Service Learning
BISC 2454General Ecology
CHEM 2085Environmental Chemistry
CHEM 3140Geochemistry
GEOG 1002Introduction to Physical Geography
GEOG 2134Energy Resources
GEOG 2136Water Resources
GEOG 2137Environmental Hazards
GEOL 1001Physical Geology
GEOL 1005Environmental Geology
GEOL 2106Oceanography
GEOL 3131Global Climate Change
GEOL 3138Hydrogeology
GEOL 3191Geology of Energy Resources
SUST 3003World on a Plate
School of Engineering and Applied Science
CE 1020Introduction to a Sustainable World
CE 2510Environmental Sustainability
CE 3520Environmental Engineering: Water Resources and Water Quality
CE 3521Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE 3604Physical Hydrology
CE 4530Wastewater Treatment Design and Reuse
School of Public Health and Health Services
PUBH 3132Health and Environment
PUBH 3133Global Health and Development
PUBH 3150Sustainable Energy and Environmental Health

Sustainable Economies: Business, Markets, Technology, and Trade

Required

One 3-credit course from this pillar must be selected as part of the minor program or if a course fits this pillar but is not listed, it can be approved by the program director. Also, the following list of course options does not include special topics courses, which also may count toward the minor with the prior approval of the program director. Topics relevant to the concentration must be approved by the program director prior to enrollment. Visit the sustainability minor website for current course offerings. 

 
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
ECON 2151Economic Development
ECON 2136Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
ECON 2180Survey of International Economics
GEOG 2148Economic Geography
PSC 2439International Political Economy
SUST 3003World on a Plate
School of Business
BADM 2001Markets and Politics
or BADM 2001W Markets and Politics
IBUS 4401Managing the Multinational Enterprise
IBUS 4402Managing in Developing Countries

Sustainable Communities: Culture, Politics, and Society Pillar

Required

One 3-credit course from this pillar must be selected as part of the minor program or if a course fits this pillar but is not listed, it can be approved by the program director. Also, the following list of course options does not include special topics courses, which also may count toward the minor with the prior approval of the program director. Topics relevant to the concentration must be approved by the program director prior to enrollment. Visit the sustainability minor website for current course offerings. 

Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
AMST 2440The American City
AMST 3810Planning Cities
ANTH 3501Anthropology of Development
ANTH 3502Cultural Ecology
ANTH 3513Anthropology of Human Rights
ANTH 3804Origins of the State and Urban Society
GEOG 2127Population Geography
GEOG 2141Cities in the Developing World
GEOG 3143Urban Sustainability
PHIL 2133Philosophy and Nonviolence
PHIL 2134Philosophy of Human Rights
PHIL 2281Philosophy of the Environment
PPPA 2701Sustainability and Environmental Policy
PSC 2240Poverty, Welfare, and Work
PSC 2367Human Rights
SOC 2169Urban Sociology
SUST 2002The Sustainable City
School of Public Health and Health Services
EXNS 1114Community Nutrition
PUBH 2114Environment, Health, and Development
School of Engineering and Applied Science
CSCI 1030Technology and Society
or CSCI 1030W Technology and Society

Sustainable Practices: Leadership, Values, Norms, and Behaviors

Required

One 3-credit course from this pillar must be selected as part of the minor program or if a course fits this pillar but is not listed, it can be approved by the  program director. Also, the following list of course options does not include special topics courses, which also may count toward the minor with the prior approval of the program director. Topics relevant to the concentration must be approved by the  program director prior to enrollment. Visit the sustainability minor website for current course offerings.

Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
ANTH 3407Conservation in a Changing World: Human and Animal Behavior
GEOG 3132Environmental Quality and Management
HSSJ 1100Introduction to Human Services and Social Justice
HSSJ 2200Principles of Ethical Leadership
PSC 2220Public Opinion
School of Engineering and Applied Science
CSCI 4532Information Policy
School of Business
MGT 3305Human Capital Sustainability
ORSC 2116Leading Change
ORSC 2123Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
PSTD 1010Introduction to Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
School of Public Health
HLWL 1104Outdoor and Environmental Education
PUBH 3151Current Issues in Bioethics