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Sustainability Courses

Sustainability–Focused Courses

Sustainability-focused courses have “Sustainability” in the title or include all three of the environmental, economic and social components of sustainability and relate to at least one specific sustainability issue. They include a wide range of material and assignments so that students have a comprehensive view of sustainability upon completion.

  • People, Planet, Profit: Exploring Sustainability in Organizations (BUS105)
  • Economics and the Environment (ECON 327)
  • Natural Resource and Environmental Law (ENVR 305)
  • Environmental Biology (BIOL 101)
  • Environmental Ethics (PHIL 340)
  • Environmental Science: Sustaining the Earth (BIO230)
  • Environmental Microbiology (BIO/ENVR 401)
  • Conservation Biology of Florida (ENVR/BIO 256)
  • Fundamentals of Environmental Science (ENVR/BIO 301)
  • Forest and Wildlife Resource Management (ENVR/BIO 312)
  • Conservation Biology (ENVR/BIO 402)
  • Energy and the Environment (CHEM 121)

Sustainability-Related Courses

Sustainability-related courses incorporate sustainability as a distinct course module or concentrate on a single sustainability principle or issue through its environmental, economic, or social component during at least part of the course. This can include specific sustainability-related assignments, chapters covered, or discussions facilitated.

  • Communicating Science, Environmental, & Health (COMM447)
  • Contemporary Economic Issues (ECON305)    
  • Contemporary Moral and Political Problems (PHIL 225)
  • Professional Ethics (PHIL 320)
  • Philosophy of Science (PHIL337)
  • Archaeology and the Bible (REL 312)
  • Lands of the Bible (REL 315)
  • Contemporary Christian Thought (REL333)
  • Christian Perspectives on Violence and Peace (REL 335)
  • Religions of the Near East (REL340)
  • Religions of the Far East (REL 350)
  • Readings in the Hebrew Scripture (REL 326)
  • Wellness (ES 105)
  • Food Science (FCS 201)
  • Household Equipment (FCS 330)
  • Family Management (FCS 430)
  • Community Nutrition (FCS 455)
  • Family Economics (FCS 425)
  • Economic Botany (BIO 240)
  • Tropical Ecology of Costa Rica (BIO 253)
  • Marine Ecology (BIO 257)
  • Environmental Chemistry (ENVR/CHEM 320)
  • Biology and Management of Fishes (BIO/ENVR 433)
  • Social Inequality (SOC 420)
  • Principles of Sociology (SOC 101)
  • Cultural Studies (SOC 232)
  • Social Welfare (SOC 255)
  • Earth and its Physical Resources (CHEM 102)
  • Fundamentals of Environmental Chemistry (CHEM 120)
  • Intro to Comparative Politics (PSCI 240)
  • Latin American Politics (PSCI 310)
  • Women and Politics (PSCI 332)
  • Contemporary Foreign Relations (PSCI 356)
  • Contemporary Issues in US Foreign Policy (PSCI 375)
  • International Law and Organizations (PSCI 420)
  • Regional Geography (GEOG 340)
  • War and Society in US History (HIST 440)
  • Bioethics (PHIL 235)
  • Christian Social Ethics (REL 420)
  • Environmental Microbiology (BIO/ENVR 401)
  • Conservation Biology of Florida (ENVR/BIO 256)
  • Conservation Biology (ENVR/BIO 402)
  • Energy and the Environment (CHEM 121)
  • Global Identities (PSCI /SOC 215)
  • Introduction to World Politics (PSCI 230)
  • Aesthetics, Philosophy and Politics (PSCI 290)
  • Peace, War and World Politics (PSCI 335)
  • United Nations (PSCI 336)
  • Politics of Social Change (PSCI 338)
  • International Law and Organizations (PSCI 420)
  • Politics of International Economic Relations (PSCI 440)
  • India Past and Present (HIST 305)
  • Multi-Layered Histories (HIST 306)
  • Genocide in the Modern World (HIST 425)
  • Social Problems (SOC 220)
  • Development and Underdevelopment of the Modern World (SOC 325)