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Sustainability Course Descriptions

ENV SCI 260 ENERGY AND SOCIETY (MW 9:30-10:50)
This course focuses on issues relating energy and society, rather than specific energy technologies. However, a general overview of fossil fuel and renewable energy technologies is also provided. Areas of emphasis include global energy flows, sources of energy, energy-related problems, policy and conservation, energy growth, and future energy scenarios.

BUS ADMIN 202 BUSINESS AND ITS ENVIRONMENT (MWF 11:40-12:35)
This course addresses the major components of the business enterprise, its resources and competitive and regulatory environment. Topics include pricing, profit, financial planning, controls, ethics, environmental impacts, social responsibility and other important concepts. This course also addresses current environmental issues that challenge business leaders.

PHILOS 101 INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY (MW 8:00-9:20)
This course introduces students to some of the more provocative questions of philosophy while placing a special emphasis on the logical method in which they are encased. Topics include personal identity, free will, our relation to the environment, our access to a successful human life, questions about the mind and brain, and existentialism.

ENV SCI 283X (F 9:30-10:50)
Sustainability Learning Community Discussion.

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