Courses (grad: ecological)

Students are required to take a minimum of 17 credit hours to earn the Sustainability Certificate. See the Requirements page for details. The Certificate consists of the following components:

  • Anchor ( 3 credit hours )
  • One course from each of 3 spheres (Ecological, Economic, Social) (9 credit hours)
  • Two semseters of the Seminar (FCID 4200/6500, 2 credit hours)
  • Capstone (FCID 4500/6500 3 credit hours)
  • Portfolio
Students may apply for a substitution for any of the requirements on their checklist. All substitutions must meet the spirit of the requirement and must have a sustainability focus.

Name Title Prereqs Requirement Level
ANTH 4010/6010 Historical Ecology ANTH 1102 Ecological Split
ECOL 8710/JURI 5290 Environmental Law Practicum NA Ecological Grad
ECOL(FANR) 4220/6220 Foundations of Restoration Ecology ECOL 3500-3500L or ECOL 3505H-3505L or FANR 3200 or permission of department Ecological Split
EDES 4650/6650 City Planning Ecological Split
ENGR(LAND) 4660/6600 Sustainable Building Design Third-year standing Ecological Split
ENVE 4230/6230 Energy in Nature, Civilization, and Engineering ENVE 3220 Ecological Split
FANR 4273/6273S Field Studies in Sustainable Development None Ecological Split
FANR(ANTH)(ECOL)(GEOG)(INTL) 4271/6271 Field Studies in Natural Resources None Any Split
HORT 4030/6030S Sustainable Community Food Production CRSS 2010-2010L or HORT 2000 or BIOL 1107-1107L or PBIO(BIOL) 1210 or permission of department Ecological Split
LAND 4730/6730 Issues and Practices in Sustainable Design LAND 4380 and LAND 4570 Ecological Split
LAND 6030 Nature and Sustainability Co-requisite: EDES 6530 Ecological Grad
LAND 6310 Landscape Ecology: Materials and Processes None Ecological Grad
LAND 6390 Ecological Landscape Restoration None Ecological Grad
WILD5200/7200 International Issues in Wildlife Conservation Ecological Split