Minor in Applied Community and Environmental Sustainability (ACES)
This minor centers on the application of the sustainability principles of economic vitality, environmental integrity, and social equity to communities and landscapes. The flexible and applied focus of the program combines well with other majors. Students learn practical applications of sustainability principles to local, regional, and global communities and environments.
|GEO 230||Environmental Conservation and Sustainability 1||3|
|GEO 334||Sustainable Living||3|
|Elective Courses 2,3||12|
|Select 4 courses in consultation with an advisor.|
|Environmental & Resource Economics|
|Environmental Health Workshop|
|Geography of Agriculture, Food & Sustainability|
|Introduction to Planning|
|Planning for Resilient Communities and Natural Disasters|
|Principles of Management|
|Business and Society|
|Planning History, Theory, and Ethics|
|Land Use Planning|
|Environmental Politics and Policy|
|Total Minimum Credits Required||18|
No more than 6 credits of coursework for the minor may be taken at the 100-level.
Courses used for the minor must include a minimum of two different prefixes.