Academic Structure - Minor

Recommended Supporting Courses and the General Education Requirement Satisfied:

  • ANTHRO 100: Varieties of World Culture (Global Culture/Social Sciences)
  • BUS ADM 202: Business and its Environment (Social Sciences)
  • ECON 102: Economics of the Modern World (Social Sciences)
  • ECON 203: Micro Economic Analysis (Social Sciences/Quantitative Literacy)
  • ENV SCI 102: Introduction to Environmental Science (Natural Sciences)
  • HISTORY 220: American Environmental History (Sustainability)
  • POL SCI 102: Introduction to Politics (Social Sciences)
  • POL SCI 202/PU EN AF 202: Introduction to Public Policy (Social Sciences)
  • PU EN AF 215: Introduction to Public Administration (Social Sciences)
Required: 6
PU EN AF 390 Colloquium in Environmental Sustainability & Business  
PU EN AF 391 Colloquium in Environmental Sustainability & Business II  
ENV SCI 490/PU EN AF 490 EMBI Co-Op/Experience  
Upper-Level Requirements: 15
Business Element (choose 1 course):  
ECON 453 Cost Benefit Analysis  
MGMT 389 Organizational Behavior  
MKTG 322 Principles of Marketing  
SCM 384 Supply Chain Management  
Public Policy Element (choose 1 course):  
ECON 305 Natural Resources Economic Policy  
ECON 412 Economics of Sustainability  
POL SCI 380/PU EN AF 380 Global Environmental Politics and Policy  
PU EN AF 301 Environmental Politics and Policy  
PU EN AF 322 Environmental Planning  
PU EN AF 323 Sustainable Land Use  
PU EN AF 324 Transitioning to Sustainable Communities  
PU EN AF 378 Environmental Law  
PU EN AF 379 Natural Resources Policy, Law, and Administration  
Environmental Science Element (choose 1 course):  
ENV SCI 303 Environmental Sustainability  
ENV SCI 318 Pollution Control  
ENV SCI 425 Global Climate Change  
ENV SCI 460 Resource Management Strategy  
ENV SCI 469 Conservation Biology  
ET 334 Solid Waste Management  
Sustainability Electives (choose from the following list or from the above elements):  
ANTHRO 306 Environmental Anthropology  
ENGR 402 Smart Cities: Engineering the Future  
ENV SCI 490 EMBI Co-Op/Experience  
ET 420 Lean Processes  
HISTORY 326 Global Environmental History  
HUM STUD 370 Sustainability through the Humanities  
PSYCH 380 Conservation Psychology  
PU EN AF 490 EMBI Co-Op/Experience  
Total Credits 21