Interdisciplinary Minor in Sustainability and Resilience

University College

Students must complete a minimum of six credits of advanced standing coursework in their minor.*

Required Courses
SUS 100Introduction to Sustainability and Resilience3
SUS 400Sustainability Capstone: Application & Leadership3
Elective Courses
Select 4 elective courses. The electives can be sustainability pathway courses. Two must be upper level courses, and one must be a sustainability-related course within the student’s major. Courses can be selected from the approved list below or courses may be approved by the student's minor advisor:12
Sustainable Food Systems
Archaeology and the Environment
Tropical Ecology and Conservation
Conservation Biology
Chemistry of the Environment
Environmental & Resource Economics
Environmental Sustainability Educ: History, Theory & Practice
History Of Conservation
Outdoor and Place-Based Education
Independent Studies in Environment Educ
Education for Sustainability: Methods and Field Experience
Workshop In Environmental Education
Environmental/Experiential Writing: Taking Action
Humans and the Environment
Geography of Agriculture, Food & Sustainability
Environmental Conservation and Sustainability
Environmental Crises
Sustainable Living
Environmental Planning
Environmental Application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Science, Technology, and Environmental Systems
Business and Society
The Food Chain
Religion and Ecology
Environmental Ethics
Sustainability Politics and Policy
Climate Change
Environmental Sociology
Sustainable WCU & Beyond
Written Rhetoric: Power, Politics, and Environmental Writing
Globalization and the Ethics of Sustainability
Total Minimum Credits Required18

*Advanced standing coursework is defined as any 300-level course or above and specific 200-level courses identified by the department.