Courses (undergrad: economic)

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 (2 credit hours)
  • Capstone (3 credit hours)
  • Portfolio

Name Title Prereqs Requirement Level
AAEC 4720 Applied International Development Economics AAEC 2580 or ECON 2106 or ECON 2106H Economic Undergrad
AAEC 4730 The World Food Economy AAEC 2580 or ECON 2106 or ECON 2106H or POD Economic Undergrad
CSCI 1210 Computer Modeling for Sustainability None Economic Undergrad
ECON 2100 Economics of Environmental Quality ECON 2106 and ECON 2105 Economic Undergrad
ECON 4150 Environmental Economics ECON 4010 Economic Undergrad
ENVE 4540 Economics of Energy and Sustainable Development ENVE 3520 Economic Undergrad
ENVM 4380 Environmental Management (AAEC 2580 or ECON 2106) and ENVM 3060 Economic Undergrad
ENVM 4650/6650 Environmental Economics AAEC 2580 or ECON 2106 or ECON 2106H or AAEC 3580-3580L (Corequisite). Not open to students with credit in AAEC 4650/6650. Economic Split
ENVM 4660 Environmental Valuation: Methods and Applications AAEC 3580-3580L or AAEC 4610-4610L (Corequisite) Economic Undergrad
ENVM 4800/6800 Water Resource Economics and Management Third year standing and (AAEC 2580 or ECON 2106 or ECON 2106H) Economic Split
ENVM(AAEC) 4150 Energy Economics AAEC 2580 or ECON 2106 or ECON 2106H or ECON 2106E Economic Undergrad
FANR(ANTH)(ECOL)(GEOG)(INTL) 4271/6271 Field Studies in Natural Resources None Any Split
INTB 5100 Special Topics in International Business: Comparative Analysis of International Environmental Law Permission of department Economic Undergrad
MIST 4550/6550 Energy Informatics Economic Split