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Associate in Arts, Emphasis in Sustainability and Environmental Studies

The Associate in Arts (AA), Emphasis in Sustainability and Environmental Studies program provides the first two years of a four-year curriculum for students who intend to transfer to a four-year institution and specialize in areas of sustainability, environmental science, conservation, or resource management. Upon completion of a bachelor`s degree, students may pursue a number of careers including sustainability specialists, chief sustainability officers, compliance managers, environmental scientists, conservation scientists, soil and water conservationists, range managers, and city and regional planning aides. With a graduate degree, students may pursue a career in several areas including hydrology, urban and regional planning, and post-secondary teaching.

Details

Academic Plan Code: 
8123
Award: 
Associate in Arts, Emphasis in Sustainability and Environmental Studies
Total credits required: 
60-64
Effective term: 
2020 Fall
Award notes

Students must earn a grade of C or better in all courses in the program.

Courses that can be used to fulfill a requirement of the Academic Certificate in Sustainability (Major Code 6240N), Environmental Science (Major Code 6227N), and CCL in Environmental and Natural Resource Conservation (Major Code 5824) while simultaneously fulfilling a requirement of the Associate in Arts in Sustainability are noted.

Program Learning Outcomes
  • Critique basic sustainability concepts, factual information, and practices. (SSH111, SUS110, SUS232, ASB226, [L], [SG], [SQ])
  • Analyze how social, environmental, and economic systems relate and interact. (SSH111, SUS110, SUS232, ASB226, ECN211, ECN212, GIS211, GPH210, [C], [G], [L], [SB], [SG], [SQ])
  • Evaluate the relationships between people and their natural and built environments. (SSH111, SUS110, SUS232, ABS202, ASB211, ASB226, BIO182, GLG101, GLG101IN, GLG103, GPH210, SOC241, [C], [G], [HU], [L])
  • Recognize policy strategies and ethical considerations relevant in the field of sustainability. (SSH111, SUS110, SUS232, ASB226, ECN211, ECN212, ENV+++, GPH210, HON201, MGT229, PHI105, POS110, POS285, [C], [G], [L], [SB])
  • Examine the scope and complexity of social responsibility. (SSH111, SUS110, SUS232, ASB226, ENV+++, GPH210, POS285, [C], [FYC], [G], [L], [SB])
  • Practice systems-thinking toward identifying a solution in a collaborative, interdisciplinary setting. (SSH111, SUS110, SUS232, ASB100, ASB202, ASB211, ASB226, GPH210, HON201, MGT229, POS110, POS120, POS285, SOC241, [C], [G], [HU], [SG], [SQ])
  • Effectively communicate ideas among diverse stakeholders to build consensus for sustainability initiatives. (SSH111, SUS110, SUS231, SUS232, ASB226, COM225, COM230, JRN201, JRN215, MGT229, MGT246, POS285, TQM240, [C], [FYC], [G], [HU], [L], [SB])
  • Analyze and interpret data for sustainability research application. (CHM150, CHM150AA, CHM151, CHM151AA, CHM151LL, CHM152, CHM152AA, CHM152LL, MAT206, SSH111, SUS110, SUS232, ASB226, BIO+++, BIO181, BIO181XT, BIO182, CHM+++, CHM230, CHM230LL, CHM235, CHM235LL, CHM236, CHM236LL, CIS105, CSC180, ENV+++, GIS211, GLG+++, GLG102, GLG102IN, GLG104, MAT220, MAT221, MAT230, MAT231, PHY101, PHY101AA, PHY111, PHY112, PHY115, PHY116, PHY121, PHY131, PSY230, SWU225, [CS], [FYC], [L], [MA], [SB], [SG], [SQ])
Required courses
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:10-15
Note: Required Courses may be used to fulfill AGEC requirements simultaneously.
SSH111Sustainable Cities3
Students must also select a transfer area below that best aligns with academic and professional goals.
Transfer Area: Sustainability
SUS110Sustainable World3
SUS231Careers in Sustainability1
SUS232Professional Skills in Sustainability Practice3
Transfer Area: Environmental Science or Natural Resources
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1) OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5) OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1) OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
CHM152General Chemistry II (3) AND
CHM152LLGeneral Chemistry II Laboratory (1) OR
CHM152AAGeneral Chemistry II (4)4
GBS221Business Statistics (3) OR
MAT206Elements of Statistics (3) OR
PSY230Introduction to Statistics (3)3
Note: For students transferring to ASU, select MAT206 or GBS221; for students transferring to NAU, select MAT206; for students transferring to U of A, select MAT206 or PSY230.
Restricted Electives
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:0-34
Complete all courses in the transfer option that best aligns with your academic and professional goals. If your intended transfer institution is not listed, then select a combination of courses from the transfer options listed in order to meet the minimum credits required in the Restricted Electives section. Consult with an academic, faculty, or program advisor to prevent exceeding your university transfer program`s maximum transferable credits (typically 64).
Subplan 1: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science, Sustainability
Foreign Language Credits:0-10
Complete a language course at the elementary level (102 or equivalent), including American Sign Language IV with a C or better OR demonstrate proficiency through this level as indicated by assessment.
ARB+++++Any ARB Arabic course(s)
CHI+++++Any CHI Chinese course(s)
FRE+++++Any FRE French course(s)
GER+++++Any GER German course(s)
ITA+++++Any ITA Italian course(s)
JPN+++++Any JPN Japanese course(s)
SPA+++++Any SPA Spanish course(s)
SLG+++++Any SLG Sign Language course(s)
Subplan 2: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Arts, Sustainability
Statistics Course Credits:3
These courses may be used to fulfill any outstanding AGEC requirements simultaneously.
GBS221Business Statistics (3) OR
MAT206Elements of Statistics (3) OR
PSY230Introduction to Statistics (3) OR
SWU225Statistics for Social Research/Justice and Government (3)3
Foreign Language Credits:0-20
Complete a language course at the intermediate level (202 or equivalent), including American Sign Language IV with a C or better OR demonstrate proficiency through this level as indicated by assessment.
ARB+++++Any ARB Arabic course(s)
CHI+++++Any CHI Chinese course(s)
FRE+++++Any FRE French course(s)
GER+++++Any GER German course(s)
ITA+++++Any ITA Italian course(s)
JPN+++++Any JPN Japanese course(s)
SPA+++++Any SPA Spanish course(s)
SLG+++++Any SLG Sign Language course(s)
Subplan 3: Arizona State University, Environmental Science, Bachelor of Arts
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
CHM230Fundamental Organic Chemistry3
CHM230LLFundamental Organic Chemistry Laboratory1
ECN212Microeconomic Principles3
Note that this course may be used to fulfill any outstanding AGEC requirements simultaneously.
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3) AND
GLG103Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lab (1) OR
GLG101INIntroduction to Geology I - Physical (4)4
GPH210Society and Environment3
MGT246Principles of Project Management (3) OR
TQM240Project Management in Quality Organizations (3)3
PHY101Introduction to Physics (4) OR
PHY101AAIntroduction to Physics (5)4-5
Social Science and Humanities Elective Credits:1-3
Select one course to fulfill ASU`s Social Science and Humanities Electives. The course may be used to fulfill any outstanding AGEC requirements simultaneously.
ECN211Macroeconomic Principles3
HON201Leadership Development: Historical Contemporary Perspectives3
MGT229Management and Leadership I3
POS110American National Government3
SUS230Practical Skills for Sustainability Problem Solving1
Subplan 4: Arizona State University, Environmental Science, Bachelor of Science
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
CHM230Fundamental Organic Chemistry (3) AND
CHM230LLFundamental Organic Chemistry Laboratory (1) OR
CHM235General Organic Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM235LLGeneral Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1)4
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3) AND
GLG103Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lab (1) OR
GLG101INIntroduction to Geology I - Physical (4)4
PHY101Introduction to Physics (4) OR
PHY101AAIntroduction to Physics (5)4-5
Track Focus Elective Course Credits:1-4
Select one to four (1-4) credits of coursework to fulfill ASU`s Track Focus Elective Course requirement. Course(s) may be used to fulfill any outstanding AGEC requirements simultaneously.
Business/Leadership Focus Area:
HON201Leadership Development: Historical Contemporary Perspectives3
MGT229Management and Leadership I3
MGT246Principles of Project Management3
TQM240Project Management in Quality Organizations3
SUS230Practical Skills for Sustainability Problem Solving1
Ecosystem/Global Change Focus Area:
SUS110Sustainable World3
Chemistry/Toxicology Focus Area:
CHM236General Organic Chemistry IIA (3) AND
CHM236LLGeneral Organic Chemistry IIA Laboratory (1)4
Subplan 5: Northern Arizona University, Environmental Sciences (Environmental Geology), Bachelor of Science
CIS105Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) OR
CSC180Computer Literacy (3)3
GIS211Geographic Information Science I4
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3) AND
GLG103Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lab (1) OR
GLG101INIntroduction to Geology I - Physical (4)4
GLG102Introduction to Geology II - Historical Lecture (3) AND
GLG104Introduction to Geology II - Historical Lab (1) OR
GLG102INIntroduction to Geology II - Historical (4)4
MAT230Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (5) OR
MAT231Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (4)4-5
PHY115University Physics I (5) OR
PHY121University Physics I: Mechanics (4)4-5
Subplan 6: Northern Arizona University, Environmental Sciences (Applied Statistics), Bachelor of Science
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
BIO205Microbiology4
CSC110ABIntroduction to Computer Science (Java)4
CIS105Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) OR
CSC180Computer Literacy (3)3
GIS211Geographic Information Science I4
MAT230Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (5) OR
MAT231Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (4)4-5
Subplan 7: Northern Arizona University, Environmental Sciences (Biology), Bachelor of Science
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
BIO205Microbiology4
CHM230Fundamental Organic Chemistry (3) AND
CHM230LLFundamental Organic Chemistry Laboratory (1) OR
CHM235General Organic Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM235LLGeneral Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1)4
Select zero to seven (0-7) credits from the list below (excluding BIO100, BIO101, BIO102, BIO108, BIO156, BIO156XT, CHM130, and ENV101).
BIO+++++Any BIO Biology course(s)
CHM+++++Any CHM Chemistry course(s)
ENV+++++Any ENV Environmental Science course(s)
GLG+++++Any GLG Geology course(s)
Subplan 8: Northern Arizona University, Environmental Sciences (Chemistry), Bachelor of Science
CHM230Fundamental Organic Chemistry (3) AND
CHM230LLFundamental Organic Chemistry Laboratory (1) OR
CHM235General Organic Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM235LLGeneral Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1)4
MAT230Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (5) OR
MAT231Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (4)4-5
PHY115University Physics I (5) OR
PHY121University Physics I: Mechanics (4)4-5
PHY116University Physics II (5) OR
PHY131University Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism (4)4-5
Subplan 9: Northern Arizona University, Environmental Sciences (Environmental Administration and Policy), Bachelor of Science
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3) AND
GLG103Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lab (1) OR
GLG101INIntroduction to Geology I - Physical (4)4
POS140Comparative Government3
Note that this course may be used to fulfill any outstanding AGEC requirements simultaneously.
POS285Political Issues and Public Policy3
Subplan 10: Northern Arizona University, Environmental Sciences (Environmental Communication), Bachelor of Science
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3) AND
GLG103Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lab (1) OR
GLG101INIntroduction to Geology I - Physical (4)4
JRN201News Writing (3) OR
JRN215News Production (3)3
COM225Public Speaking3
Subplan 11: Northern Arizona University, Environmental Sciences (Environmental Management), Bachelor of Science
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
CIS105Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) OR
CSC180Computer Literacy (3)3
ECN212Microeconomic Principles3
GIS211Geographic Information Science I4
Environmental Management Emphasis Elective Credits:9
Select three (3) of the following courses for a total of up to nine (9) credits. Course(s) may be used to fulfill any outstanding AGEC requirements credits simultaneously.
COM230Small Group Communication3
ECN211Macroeconomic Principles3
PHI105Introduction to Ethics3
POS285Political Issues and Public Policy3
Subplan 12: University of Arizona, Natural Resources, Bachelor of Science: Conservation Biology Emphasis or Ecology, Management, and Restoration of Rangelands Emphasis
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
Foreign Language Credits:0-10
Complete a language course at the elementary level (102 or equivalent), including American Sign Language IV with a C or better OR demonstrate proficiency through this level as indicated by assessment.
ARB+++++Any ARB Arabic course(s)
CHI+++++Any CHI Chinese course(s)
FRE+++++Any FRE French course(s)
GER+++++Any GER German course(s)
ITA+++++Any ITA Italian course(s)
JPN+++++Any JPN Japanese course(s)
SPA+++++Any SPA Spanish course(s)
SLG+++++Any SLG Sign Language course(s)
Subplan 13: University of Arizona, Natural Resources, Bachelor of Science: Fisheries Conservation and Management Emphasis or Wildlife Conservation and Management Emphasis
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
CHM235General Organic Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM235LLGeneral Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3) AND
GLG103Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lab (1)
OR
GLG101INIntroduction to Geology I - Physical (4) OR
PHY111General Physics I (4) OR
PHY115University Physics I (5) OR
PHY121University Physics I: Mechanics (4)4-5
Foreign Language Credits:0-10
Complete a language course at the elementary level (102 or equivalent), including American Sign Language IV with a C or better OR demonstrate proficiency through this level as indicated by assessment.
ARB+++++Any ARB Arabic course(s)
CHI+++++Any CHI Chinese course(s)
FRE+++++Any FRE French course(s)
GER+++++Any GER German course(s)
ITA+++++Any ITA Italian course(s)
JPN+++++Any JPN Japanese course(s)
SPA+++++Any SPA Spanish course(s)
SLG+++++Any SLG Sign Language course(s)
Subplan 14: University of Arizona, Natural Resources, Bachelor of Science: Global Change Ecology and Management Emphasis
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
PHY111General Physics I (4) OR
PHY115University Physics I (5) OR
PHY121University Physics I: Mechanics (4)4-5
Foreign Language Credits:0-10
Complete a language course at the elementary level (102 or equivalent), including American Sign Language IV with a C or better OR demonstrate proficiency through this level as indicated by assessment.
ARB+++++Any ARB Arabic course(s)
CHI+++++Any CHI Chinese course(s)
FRE+++++Any FRE French course(s)
GER+++++Any GER German course(s)
ITA+++++Any ITA Italian course(s)
JPN+++++Any JPN Japanese course(s)
SPA+++++Any SPA Spanish course(s)
SLG+++++Any SLG Sign Language course(s)
Subplan 15: University of Arizona, Natural Resources, Bachelor of Science: Watershed Hydrology and Management Emphasis
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (5)4-5
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
MAT230Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (5) OR
MAT231Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (4)4-5
PHY111General Physics I (4) OR
PHY115University Physics I (5) OR
PHY121University Physics I: Mechanics (4)4-5
PHY112General Physics II4
Foreign Language Credits:0-10
Complete a language course at the elementary level (102 or equivalent), including American Sign Language IV with a C or better OR demonstrate proficiency through this level as indicated by assessment.
ARB+++++Any ARB Arabic course(s)
CHI+++++Any CHI Chinese course(s)
FRE+++++Any FRE French course(s)
GER+++++Any GER German course(s)
ITA+++++Any ITA Italian course(s)
JPN+++++Any JPN Japanese course(s)
SPA+++++Any SPA Spanish course(s)
SLG+++++Any SLG Sign Language course(s)
Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC)
AGEC-ACredits: 12-41
A single course with an [HU], [SB], or [L] designation may also be used to satisfy the Oral Communication, Critical Reading, or Awareness Area ([C], [G] and/or [H]) requirement(s).
 
First-Year Composition [FYC]Credits: 6
ENG101First-Year Composition (3) OR
ENG107First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND
ENG102First-Year Composition (3) OR
ENG108First-Year Composition for ESL (3)6
 
Literacy and Critical Inquiry [L]Credits: 3
Any approved general education course in the Literacy and Critical Inquiry [L] area.3
 
Mathematics [MA]Credits: 3-9
Required for NAU, BS Environmental Sciences (Environmental Administration and Policy and Environmental Communication emphases):
MAT140College Mathematics (5) OR
MAT141College Mathematics (4) OR
MAT142College Mathematics (3) OR
MAT145College Mathematics with Review (5) OR
MAT146College Mathematics with Review (6) OR
Any approved general education course in the Mathematical Applications [MA] area (3-6)3-6
OR
Required for ASU, BS Sustainability; ASU, BA Sustainability; U of A, BS Natural Resources (Fisheries Conservation Management emphasis and Wildlife Conservation and Management emphasis):
MAT150College Algebra/Functions (5) OR
MAT151College Algebra/Functions (4) OR
MAT152College Algebra/Functions (3) OR
MAT155College Algebra/Functions with Review (5) OR
MAT156College Algebra/Functions with Review (6) OR
Any approved general education course in the Mathematical Applications [MA] area for which MAT15+ is a prerequisite (3-5)3-6
OR
Required for ASU, BS Environmental Science; ASU, BA Environmental Science; NAU, BS Environmental Sciences (Environmental Management emphasis):
MAT150College Algebra/Functions (5) AND
MAT182Plane Trigonometry (3) OR
MAT151College Algebra/Functions (4) AND
MAT182Plane Trigonometry (3) OR
MAT152College Algebra/Functions (3) AND
MAT182Plane Trigonometry (3) OR
MAT155College Algebra/Functions with Review (5) AND
MAT182Plane Trigonometry (3) OR
MAT156College Algebra/Functions with Review (6) AND
MAT182Plane Trigonometry (3) OR
MAT187Precalculus (5) OR
Any approved general education course in the Mathematical Applications [MA] area for which MAT187 is a prerequisite. (4-5)5-9
OR
Required for U of A, BS Natural Resources (Biology; Ecology, Management, and Restoration of Rangelands; Fisheries Conservation Management; and Wildlife Conservation and Management emphases)
MAT212Brief Calculus (3) OR
MAT213Brief Calculus (4)3-4
OR
Required for NAU, BS Environmental Sciences (Environmental Geology, Applied Statistics, Biology, and Chemistry emphases); U of A, BS Natural Resources (Watershed Hydrology and Management emphasis):
MAT220Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (5) OR
MAT221Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (4) OR
Any approved general education course in the Mathematical Applications [MA] area for which MAT22+ is a prerequisite. (4-5)4-5
 
Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications [CS]Credits: 0-3
May be met by CIS105, CSC110AB, CSC180, GBS221, GIS211, MAT206, PSY230, or SWU225 if taken in Required Courses or Restricted Electives area
OR
Any approved general education course in the Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications [CS] area.3
 
Humanities, Arts and Design [HU]Credits: 0-3
Met by SSH111 in Required Courses area
AND
May be met by PHI105 in Restricted Electives area OR
Any approved general education course in the Humanities, Arts, and Design [HU] area.3
Recommended for students intending to complete the Academic Certificate in Sustainability:
PHI216Environmental Ethics3
 
Social-Behavioral Sciences [SB]Credits: 0-6
May be met by COM230, ECN211, ECN212, HON201, MGT229, POS110, or SUS110 in Required Courses or Restricted Electives area
OR
Any approved general education courses in the Social-Behavioral Sciences [SB] area.6
Recommended for students intending to complete the Academic Certificate in Sustainability:
COM263Elements of Intercultural Communication (3) OR
ECN212Microeconomic Principles (3) OR
PSY132Psychology and Culture (3) OR
SBU200Society and Business (3)3
 
Natural Sciences [SG]/[SQ]Credits: 0-8
May be met by [(CHM150 AND CHM151LL), or CHM150AA, or (CHM151 and CHM151LL), or CHM151AA] AND [(CHM152 and CHM152LL) or CHM152AA] if taken in Required Courses area.
OR
Any approved general education course in the Natural Sciences (Quantitative) [SQ] area (4) AND
Any approved general education course in the Natural Sciences (Quantitative) [SQ] area or the Natural Sciences (General) [SG] area (4).8
Recommended for students intending to complete the Academic Certificate in Sustainability:
BIO105Environmental Biology (4) OR
CHM107Chemistry and Society (3) AND
CHM107LLChemistry and Society Laboratory (1) OR
GPH113Introduction to Physical Geography (4)4
AND
ASM104Bones, Stones, and Human Evolution (4) OR
ENV101Introduction to Environmental Science (4) OR
GLG110Geological Disasters and the Environment (3) AND
GLG111Geological Disasters and the Environment Lab (1) 4  
 
Awareness AreasCredits: 0-3
These requirements may be shared with Core Requirements.
 
Cultural Diversity in the US [C]Credits: 0-3
0-3
 
Historical/Global Awareness [H]/[G]Credits: 0
Met by SSH111 in Required Courses area.
 
MCCCD Additional Requirements
MCCCD Additional RequirementsCredits: 0-6
Courses in this area may also be applied to the AGEC Core Requirements. To minimize total credits required for degree and maximize transferable credits, it is recommended that courses be selected that meet more than one requirement wherever possible.
 
Oral CommunicationCredits: 0-3
COM100Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
COM110Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
COM225Public Speaking (3) OR
COM230Small Group Communication (3)0-3
 
Critical ReadingCredits: 0-3
CRE101College Critical Reading and Critical Thinking (3) OR
Equivalent as indicated by assessment (0)0-3
General Electives
General Electives
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:0-21
Select courses 100-level or higher to complete a minimum of 60 semester credits but no more than a total of 64 semester credits.
Recommended to select one of the following courses:
MAT212Brief Calculus (3) OR
MAT213Brief Calculus (4) OR
MAT220Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (5) OR
MAT221Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (4)3-5
Recommended for students intending to complete the Academic Certificate in Sustainability to select 9 to 12 credits of coursework from the following:
ASM104Bones, Stones, and Human Evolution4
BIO105Environmental Biology4
CHM107Chemistry and Society (3) AND
CHM107LLChemistry and Society Laboratory (1)4
COM263Elements of Intercultural Communication3
ECN212Microeconomic Principles3
ENV101Introduction to Environmental Science4
EPS150Introduction to Entrepreneurship3
FON135Sustainable Cooking3
GLG110Geological Disasters and the Environment (3) AND
GLG111Geological Disasters and the Environment Lab (1)4
GPH113Introduction to Physical Geography4
PHI216Environmental Ethics3
PSY132Psychology and Culture3
SBU200Society and Business3
SCT100Introduction to Sustainable Built Environments3
SUS100Introduction to Sustainability3

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