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|ENV 151||INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABILITY||4|
|PPS 330||SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT||4|
|Select seven courses from the following categories:||28|
Select at least two Natural Science courses from the following. At least one must have a lab:
|CITIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT 1|
|ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT|
|GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE|
|ENVIRONMENTAL SOIL SCIENCE (WITH LAB)|
|CONSERVATION BIOLOGY (WITH LAB)|
|URBAN ECOLOGY (WITH LAB )|
|URBAN FORESTS AS SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS (WITH LAB )|
|INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH|
Select at least two of the following Social Sciences courses:
|URBAN AND COMMUNITY AGRICULTURE|
|ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND ADVOCACY|
|COMMUNITY FOOD SYSTEMS|
|PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES 1|
|ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS AND RHETORIC|
|RACE, JUSTICE, AND THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT 1|
|GREEN CITIES 1|
Select at least two of the following Humanities courses:
|IDEAS OF NATURE|
|NATIONAL PARKS HISTORY|
|ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN|
|CONTEMPORARY MORAL ISSUES (Only "Change in an Era of Sustainability" or "Sustainable Development" or "Sweatshops and Sacraments")|
Students with an interest in Urban Sustainability are encouraged to select these courses.
Each quarter one or more versions of ENV 390 are offered. They are added to your major requirements in consultation with your advisor.
Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.