Courses (undergrad: social)

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
AESC 2050 Effects of Global Agriculture on World Culture None Social Undergrad
ALDR 3820 Reflections on Fighting Hunger Second year student standing Social Undergrad
ALDR(AFST)(LACS) 4710/6710 International Agricultural Development Social Split
ANTH (ECOL) (FANR) (SOCI) 4846 Natural Resource Governance None Social Undergrad
ANTH 3200 How the World Works: The Anthropology of Consumption and Globalization Not open to students with credit in ANTH 2200 Social Undergrad
ANTH 4070/6070 Cultural Ecology ANTH 1102 or permission of department Social Split
ANTH 4242/6242 Culture and Tourism in Bali None Social Split
ANTH 4400/6400 Green Culture: Environment, Sustainability, and Environmental Awareness ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2120H or permission of department Social Split
ANTH(FANR)(SOCI) 4842 Institutional Dimensions of Sustainability Social Undergrad
ANTH(GEOG) 4275/6275 Conservation and Development in Costa Rica Permission of Department Social Split
CRSS 4020S/6020S Social Sustainability in Agricultural and Food Systems None Social Split
ECHD 4015/6015 Environmental Psychology PSYC 1101 Social Split
EETH(AESC) 4190/6190 Agricultural Ethics None Social Split
ENVE 4530/6530 Energy and Environmental Policy Analysis Permission of department Social Split
ENVM 4250/6250 Environmental and Public Health Law Third-year student standing and (POLS 1101 or HIST 2111 or HIST 2112) Social Split
ENVM 4930/4930E/6930/6930E Environmental Law and Governmental Regulation Third year standing and (POLS 1101 or HIST 2111 or HIST 2112) Social Split
FANR(ANTH)(ECOL)(GEOG)(INTL) 4271/6271 Field Studies in Natural Resources None Any Split
FANR(ECOL) 4810/6810 Natural Resources Law Not open to students with credit in FANR 5850/7850 or FORS 5820/7820 Social Split
GEOG 1125 Resources, Society, and the Environment None Social Undergrad
GEOG 2250H Resources, Society, and the Environment (Honors) Permission of Honors Social Undergrad
LAND 4095 Sustainability in Design Open only to CED students Social Undergrad
LAND 4440 Plant Communities of the Cherokee Landscape LAND 4360 Social Undergrad
NRRT 5900/7900 Ecotourism and Sustainable Development FANR 3400-3400D or RLST(NRRT) 3310 or FANR 4202/6202-4202D/6202D. Not open to students with credit in FORS 5890/7890 Social Split
PHIL(EETH) 4220/6220 Environmental Ethics PHIL 2200 or any 3000-level PHIL course or permission of department Social Split
PHIL(EETH) 4250/6250 Philosophy of Technology Any 3000-level PHIL course or permission of department Social Split
SOCI(ANTH) 3400 Environmental Sociology SOCI 1101 or SOCI 1101H or SOCI 2600 or permission of department. Not open to students with credit in SOCI 2400. Social Undergrad
TXMI 4390 Studio VI: Advanced Residential Design Method TXMI studio I, II, III, IV Social Undergrad
WMST 4170S/6170S Environment, Gender, Race, and Class WMST 3010 or WMST 4010/6010 or permission of department; WMST 4010/6010 or permission of department Social Split