Courses (study abroad)

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 4242/6242 Culture and Tourism in Bali None Social Split
ANTH(GEOG) 4275/6275 Conservation and Development in Costa Rica Permission of Department Social Split
BIOL(FANR) 3460H Natural History of the South Pacific BIOL 1108 or permission of department Ecological Undergrad
ECOL3300 Field Program in Environmental Problem Solving (ECOL 1000 or ECOL 1000H) and [(ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2120H) or (GEOG 1103 or GEOG 2130H)] and permission of major Anchor Undergrad
ECOL3520 Applied Field Ecology ECOL 3300 or ECOL 3500-3500L or ECOL 3505H-3505L or FANR 3200 or GEOG 2011-2011L or permission of department Ecological Undergrad
ECON 2100 Economics of Environmental Quality ECON 2106 and ECON 2105 Economic Undergrad
ECON 4150 Environmental Economics ECON 4010 Economic Undergrad
FANR 1100 Natural Resources Conservation Not open to students with credit in FORS 1100 Ecological Undergrad
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
INTB 5100 Special Topics in International Business: Comparative Analysis of International Environmental Law Permission of department Economic Undergrad
WILD5200/7200 International Issues in Wildlife Conservation Ecological Split