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Sustainability Minor

Effective Fall 2022

Exclusions:

Students can either pursue an Academic Minor in the Environment or the Academic Minor in Sustainability, but not both.

A minor in Sustainability is not open to students in the School of Natural Resources and Environment, nor to those pursuing a minor in the Environment.

Students who are electing a minor in Sustainability are excluded from earning the Sustainability Scholars Certificate (i.e. Supplemental Studies in Sustainability).

Advising

Students interested in declaring either a major or a minor must attend an information session. Information sessions are held throughout the Fall and Winter terms. Appointments may be scheduled with Program advisors on-line at: www.lsa.umich.edu/pite/academics/advising

Students wishing to pursue a minor in the Program in the Environment must develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with the program's academic advisor.

Prerequisites

None for the minor per se, although individual courses elected to meet the requirements of the minor may have course prerequisites.

Requirements

Minimum Credits: 18

At least 9 of the 18 credits must be at the 300-level or above.

  1. Introductory Sustainability Course: ENVIRON 111, ENVIRON 207, or ENVIRON 208
  2. Practical/Field Experience Course: Students pursuing the Academic Minor in Sustainability are required to spend time off-campus participating in a pre-approved Internship or Field Experience/Study Abroad Course. This provides students with an opportunity to have greater exposure to sustainability issue(s) and develop greater skills in identifying and helping to resolve current and emerging sustainability issue(s).

    The following courses have been pre-approved, but students may petition other courses to meet this requirement prior to enrollment, with approval granted by PitE if the course is deemed to have suitably focused on sustainability issues. Any petitions must be received and approved before enrolling in these courses. Courses with emphasis on basic aspects of environmental, social, and natural sciences and humanities are not acceptable to meet this requirement.
    • EARTH 344 / ENVIRON 344: Sustainable and Fossil Energy: Options and Consequences
    • ENVIRON 302: Topics in Environmental Social Science, section titled "Sustainable Neighborhoods: Experiential Learning and Active Engagement in Detroit"
    • ENVIRON 398: Environment Internship Program
    • ENVIRON 344 / EARTH 344: Sustainable and Fossil Energy: Options and Consequences
    • STDABRD 303: UM at Institute for Central American Development Studies, San Jose, Costa Rica
    • STDABRD 308: UM at EcoQuest New Zealand
    • STDABRD 358 UM/CIC Political Science Internships in British Government and Politics, London, England
    • STDABRD 452: UM at St. Peter's College, Oxford, England
    • STDABRD 471: UM at Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
  3. Capstone Course /Design Experience. At least one upper-division course addressing major sustainability issues in settings with small sections emphasizing discussion and drawing on interdisciplinary experiences of students.
    • CEE 307 / ENVIRON 407: Sustainable Cities
    • ENVIRON 302: Topics in Environmental Social Science, section titled "Sustainable Neighborhoods: Experiential Learning and Active Engagement in Detroit"
    • ENVIRON 306: Global Water
    • ENVIRON 308: Sustainability and Health
    • ENVIRON 310: Toxicology: The Study of Environmental Chemicals and Disease
    • ENVIRON 320: Environmental Journalism: Reporting About Science, Policy, and Public Health
    • ENVIRON 350: The Built Environment: Introduction to Landscape Change
    • ENVIRON 370: Introduction to Urban and Environmental Planning
    • ENVIRON 376: Environmental Ethics-Living Well with Nature
    • ENVIRON 380: Natural Resources, Economics, and the Environment
    • ENVIRON 390: Environmental Activism: Citizenship in a Republic
    • ENVIRON 391 / RCIDIV 391: Sustainable Campus
    • ENVIRON 403: Introduction to GIS in the Earth Sciences
    • ENVIRON 405: Urban Sprawl: Policy and Politics
    • ENVIRON 407 / CEE 307: Sustainable Cities
    • ENVIRON 408: Land Use Policy, Law, and the Environment
    • ENVIRON 411: Principles of Geographic Information Systems
    • ENVIRON 421: Restoration Ecology
    • ENVIRON 441: Remote Sensing of Environment
    • RCIDIV 391 / ENVIRON 391: Sustainable Campus
  4. Distribution Requirement: Students must take courses from a pre-approved in at least three of five areas (see below). Courses with emphasis on basic aspects of environmental social and natural sciences and humanities are not acceptable to meet these requirements.

Distribution Courses:

  1. Society, Culture, Justice and Citizenship
    • AMCULT 333: Green Indigeneity
    • AMCULT 496: Social Science Approaches to American Culture, section titled "American Values and Sustainability"
    • ANTHRCUL 254: The Anthropology of Food
    • ANTHRCUL 256 / ENVIRON 256: Culture, Adaptation and Environment
    • ANTHRCUL 439: Economic Anthropology and Development
    • ASIAN 335: Himalayas: An Aesthetic Exploration
    • EDCURINS 382 / ENVIRON 382: Intro to Environmental Education and Sustainable Development
    • ENGLISH 307: Clothing, Race, and Environment
    • ENGLISH 320: Literature and the Environment or ENVIRON 377: Literature and the Environment
    • ENVIRON 204: Water and Society
    • ENVIRON 209: Introduction to Political Ecology
    • ENVIRON 211: Social Sciences and Environmental Problems
    • ENVIRON 222: Introduction to Environmental Justice
    • ENVIRON 236: Environment and History in Preindustrial Europe
    • ENVIRON 256 / ANTHRCUL 256: Culture, Adaptation and Environment
    • ENVIRON 304: Topics in Culture and Environment
    • ENVIRON 320: Environmental Journalism: Reporting about Science, Policy and Public Health
    • ENVIRON 321: Climate Change and Adaptation
    • ENVIRON 350: The Built Environment: Introduction to Landscape Change
    • ENVIRON 355: Southern Natures: The Making and Unmaking of Races and Environments in the US South
    • ENVIRON 360 / PSYCH 384: Behavior and Environment
    • ENVIRON 361 / PSYCH 385: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship, or
      NRE 561: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship
    • ENVIRON 376: Environmental Ethics
    • ENVIRON 377: Literature and the Environment, or
      ENGLISH 320: Literature and the Environment
    • ENVIRON 382 / EDCURINS 382: Intro to Environmental Education and Sustainable Development
    • ENVIRON 387: Ecology and Religion
    • ENVIRON 390: Environmental Activism: Citizenship in a Republic
    • ENVIRON 413: Environmental Communication
    • ENVIRON 475: Environmental Law
    • ENVIRON 484: Localization: Transitional Thinking for the New Normal
    • JAZZ 450: Contemplative Practice Seminar
    • NRE 501: Grad Experimental, section titled "Justice Issues in Conservation and Sustainability"
    • NRE 561: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship, or
    • ENVIRON 361 / PSYCH 385: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship
    • PHIL 240: Environmental Ethics
    • PHIL 250: Changing the World
    • PHIL 355: Contemporary Moral Problems
    • PHIL 361: Ethics
    • PSYCH 384 / ENVIRON 360: Behavior and Environment
    • PSYCH 385 / ENVIRON 361: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship, or
      NRE 561: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship
    • SOC 415: Culture and Consumption
    • WGS/SOC 216: Thinking Class: Inequality in Media, Bodies, Environment, and More
  2. Business and Economics
    • BE 401: Economics of Sustainability
    • BIT 445 / STRATEGY 445: Base of the Pyramid: Business Innovation for Solving Society's Problems
    • CEE 588: Sustainability Finance
    • EARTH 380 / ENVIRON 380: Mineral Resources, Economics, and the Environment
    • EAS 527: Energy Markets and Energy Politics
    • ECON 330: American Industries
    • ECON 370: Environmental and Resource Economics
    • ECON 380: Public Finance
    • ENGR 390: Special Topics, section titled "Social Entrepreneurship"
    • ENGR 521: Clean Tech Entrepreneurship
    • ENVIRON 208: Business and the Natural Environment
    • ENVIRON 235: Environmental Economics, Policy, and Justice
    • ENVIRON 380 / EARTH 380: Mineral Resources, Economics, and the Environment
    • ENVIRON 391: Sustainability and the Campus
    • PUBPOL 250: Social Systems, Energy, and Public Policy
    • SOC 315: Economic Sociology
    • STRATEGY 310: World Economy
    • STRATEGY 400: Strategies for Sustainable Development
    • STRATEGY 411: The Corporation in Society
    • STRATEGY 445 / BIT 445: Base of the Pyramid: Business Innovation for Solving Society's Problems
  3. Public Policy, Urban Planning, and Law
    • AAS 426: Urban Redevelopment and Social Justice
    • AOSS 480 / NRE 480: Climate Change: The Move to Action
    • ARCH 357: Architecture, Sustainability, and the City
    • ARCH 423 / ENVIRON 370 / UP 423: Introduction to Urban and Environmental Planning
    • CMPLXSYS 391 / POLSCI 391: Applied Complex Systems: Emergent Challenges
    • EEB 318 / ENVIRON 318 / RCIDIV 318: Food, Land and Society
    • EHS 588 / ENVIRON 475 / NRE 475: Environmental Law
    • ENVIRON 270: Our Common Future - The Ecology, Economics and Ethics of Sustainable Development
    • ENVIRON 306: Global Water
    • ENVIRON 312 / POLSCI 380: Environmental Politics and Policy
    • ENVIRON 318 / EEB 318 / RCIDIV 318: Food, Land, and Society
    • ENVIRON 350: The Built Environment: Introduction to Landscape Change
    • ENVIRON 365: International Environmental Policy
    • ENVIRON 370 / ARCH 423 / UP 423: Introduction to Urban and Environmental Planning
    • ENVIRON 405: Urban Sprawl: Policy and Politics
    • ENVIRON 407: Sustainable Cities
    • ENVIRON 408: Land Use Policy, Law, and the Environment
    • ENVIRON 412: Environmental Values in Public Policy
    • ENVRION 413: Environmental Communication
    • ENVIRON 449 / NRE 449: Organizational Theory and Change
    • ENVIRON 475 / EHS 588 / NRE 475: Environmental Law
    • ENVIRON 484: Localization: Transitional Thinking for the New Normal
    • NRE 449 / ENVIRON 449: Organizational Theory and Change
    • NRE 475 / ENVIRON 475 / EHS 588: Environmental Law
    • NRE 480 / AOSS 480: Climate Change: The Move to Action
    • NRE 501: Grad Experimental, section titled "Urban Agriculture"
    • PHYSICS 481 / PUBPOL 481: Science, Technology, and Public Policy
    • POLSCI 380 /ENVIRON 312: Environmental Politics and Policy
    • POLSCI 391/ CMPLXSYS 391: Applied Complex Systems: Emergent Challenges
    • PUBPOL 201: Systematic Thinking About Problems of the Day
    • PUBPOL 250: Social Systems, Energy, and Public Policy 
    • PUBPOL 481 / PHYSICS 481: Science, Technology, and Public Policy
    • RCIDIV 302: Advanced Issues in Science, Technology, Medicine, and Society, section titled "Environmental Literature/Social Justice"
    • RCIDIV 318 / ENVIRON 318 / EEB 318: Food, Land, and Society
    • UP 423 / ARCH 423 / ENVIRON 370: Introduction to Urban and Environmental Planning
    • UP 425: Urban Systems
  4. Natural Sciences & Public Health
    • AAS 409 / ANTHRCUL 408: Maternal/Child Health and Environmental Pollution in Africa
    • ANTHRCUL 344: Medical Anthropology
    • ANTHRCUL 408 / AAS 409: Maternal/Child Health and Environmental Pollution in Africa
    • CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
    • CEE 586: Industrial Ecology
    • CEE 590: Stream, Lake, and Estuary Analysis
    • CLIMATE 463: Air Pollution Meteorology
    • EARTH 201: Introduction Physical Geography
    • EARTH 205: How the Earth Works: The Dynamic Planet
    • EARTH 240: Primitive Navigation and Wayfinding in the Natural World
    • EARTH 255: Introduction to Astronomy, Geology, and Climate Science
    • EARTH 325: Environmental Geochemistry
    • EARTH 331: Climate and Climate Change
    • EARTH 380 / ENVIRON 380: Mineral Resources, Economics, and the Environment
    • EARTH 408: Introduction to GIS in the Earth Sciences
    • EARTH 417: Geology of the Great Lakes
    • EAS 541: Remote Sensing of Environment
    • EHS 500: Principles of Environmental Health Science
    • EHS 570: Water Quality Management 
    • ENVIRON 201: Ecological Issues
    • ENVIRON 204: Under Pressure: Water Systems, Society, and the Environment
    • ENVIRON 206: How the Earth Works: The Water Cycle and Environment
    • ENVIRON 229: Introduction to Environmental Science
    • ENVIRON 232: Introductory Oceanography
    • ENVIRON 262: Plants and People
    • ENVIRON 308: Sustainability and Health
    • ENVIRON 310: Toxicology: The Study of Environmental Chemicals and Disease
    • ENVIRON 317: Conservation of Biological Diversity
    • ENVIRON 320: Environmental Journalism: Reporting About Science, Policy, and Public Health
    • ENVIRON 321: Climate Change and Adaptation
    • ENVIRON 333: The Inexhaustible Seas? Marine Resources and Environmental Issues
    • ENVIRON 380 / EARTH 380: Mineral Resources, Economics, and the Environment
    • ENVIRON 411: Principles of Geographic Information Systems
    • ENVIRON 421: Restoration Ecology
    • HISTORY 285: Science, Technology, Medicine, and Society
    • HMP 200 / PUBHLTH 200 / PUBPOL 210: Health and Society: Introduction to Public Health
    • PHYSICS 210: Sustainable Energy Futures
    • PUBHLTH 200 / HMP 200 / PUBPOL 210: Health and Society: Introduction to Public Health
    • PUBHLTH 305: The Environment and Human Health
    • PUBHLTH 309: Hunger in America: Building Skills to Feed Communities
    • PUBHLTH 310: Nutrition in the Life Cycle
    • PUBHLTH 350: Global Public Health: Challenges and Transformations
    • PUBHLTH 360: Community, Culture, and Social Justice in Public Health
    • PUBHLTH 382: Population Health Determinants and Disparities
    • PUBPOL 210 / PUBHLTH 200 / HMP 200: Health and Society: Introduction to Public Health
  5. Technology, Engineering, and Design
    • ANTHRBIO 473: Mechanisms of Human Adaptation
    • ARCH 357 / UP 357: Architecture, Sustainability, and the City: Ideas, Forces, and People
    • ARTDES 250: Art-Design Perspectives III: Technology and the Environment
    • AUTO 533 / MECHENG 433: Advanced Energy Solutions
    • CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
    • CEE 567 / ESENG 567: Energy Infrastructure Systems
    • CMPLXSYS 250 / PUBPOL 250: Social Systems, Energy, and Public Policy
    • CMPLXSYS 270: Introduction to Agent-Based Modeling
    • EARTH 408: Introduction to GIS in the Earth Sciences
    • EAS 541: Remote Sensing of Environment
    • ENVIRON 309: GIS Explorations of the Past, Present, and Future
    • ENVIRON 367: Global Enterprise and Sustainable Development
    • ENVIRON 407: Sustainable Cities
    • ENVIRON 411: Principles of Geographic Information Systems
    • HISTORY 285: Science, Technology, Medicine, and Society
    • MECHENG 433 / AUTO 533: Advanced Energy Solutions
    • NERS 211: Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
    • NRE 574 / PUBPOL 519 / RCNSCI 419: Sustainable Energy Systems
    • PHYSICS 210: Sustainable Energy Futures
    • PUBPOL 250 / CMPLXSYS 250: Social Systems, Energy, and Public Policy
    • PUBPOL 519 / NRE 574 / RCNSCI 419: Sustainable Energy Systems
    • RCNSCI 419 / NRE 574 / PUBPOL 519: Sustainable Energy Systems
    • UP 357 / ARCH 357: Architecture, Sustainability and the City: Ideas, Forces, and People

Sustainability (Minor) (Winter 2012 - Summer 2022)

Effective Winter 2012

Exclusions:

Students can either pursue an Academic Minor in the Environment or the Academic Minor in Sustainability, but not both.

A minor in Sustainability is not open to students in the School of Natural Resources and Environment, nor to those pursuing a minor in the Environment.

Students who are electing a minor in Sustainability are excluded from earning the Sustainability Scholars Certificate (i.e. Supplemental Studies in Sustainability).

Advising

Students interested in declaring either a major or a minor must attend an information session. Information sessions are held throughout the Fall and Winter terms. Appointments may be scheduled with Program advisors on-line at: www.lsa.umich.edu/pite/academics/advising

Students wishing to pursue a minor in the Program in the Environment must develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with the program's academic advisor.

Prerequisites

None for the minor per se, although individual courses elected to meet the requirements of the minor may have course prerequisites.

Requirements

Minimum Credits: 18

At least 9 of the 18 credits must be at the 300-level or above.

  1. Introductory Sustainability Course: ENVIRON 207: Sustainability and Society.
  2. Practical/Field Experience Course: Students pursuing the Academic Minor in Sustainability are required to spend time off-campus participating in a pre-approved Internship or Field Experience/Study Abroad Course. This provides students with an opportunity to have greater exposure to sustainability issue(s) and develop greater skills in identifying and helping to resolve current and emerging sustainability issue(s).

    The following courses have been pre-approved, but students may petition other courses to meet this requirement prior to enrollment, with approval granted by PitE if the course is deemed to have suitably focused on sustainability issues. Any petitions must be received and approved before enrolling in these courses. Courses with emphasis on basic aspects of environmental, social, and natural sciences and humanities are not acceptable to meet this requirement.
    • EARTH 344 / ENVIRON 344: Sustainable and Fossil Energy: Options and Consequences
    • ENVIRON 302: Topics in Environmental Social Science, section titled "Sustainable Neighborhoods: Experiential Learning and Active Engagement in Detroit"
    • ENVIRON 398: Environment Internship Program
    • ENVIRON 344 / EARTH 344: Sustainable and Fossil Energy: Options and Consequences
    • STDABRD 303: UM at Institute for Central American Development Studies, San Jose, Costa Rica
    • STDABRD 308: UM at EcoQuest New Zealand
    • STDABRD 358 UM/CIC Political Science Internships in British Government and Politics, London, England
    • STDABRD 452: UM at St. Peter's College, Oxford, England
    • STDABRD 471: UM at Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
  3. Capstone Course /Design Experience. At least one upper-division course addressing major sustainability issues in settings with small sections emphasizing discussion and drawing on interdisciplinary experiences of students.
    • CEE 307 / ENVIRON 407: Sustainable Cities
    • ENVIRON 302: Topics in Environmental Social Science, section titled "Sustainable Neighborhoods: Experiential Learning and Active Engagement in Detroit"
    • ENVIRON 391 / RCIDIV 391: Sustainable Campus
    • ENVIRON 401: Modeling Human-Natural Systems
    • ENVIRON 404: Cars, Energy, and Chemistry
    • ENVIRON 407 / CEE 307: Sustainable Cities
    • RCIDIV 391 / ENVIRON 391: Sustainable Campus
  4. Distribution Requirement: Students must take courses from a pre-approved in at least three of five areas (see below). Courses with emphasis on basic aspects of environmental social and natural sciences and humanities are not acceptable to meet these requirements.

Distribution Courses:

  1. Society, Culture, Justice and Citizenship
    • AMCULT 496: Social Science Approaches to American Culture, section titled "American Values and Sustainability"
    • ANTHRCUL 256 / ENVIRON 256: Culture, Adaptation and Environment
    • ANTHRCUL 439: Economic Anthropology and Development
    • EDCURINS 382 / ENVIRON 382: Intro to Environmental Education and Sustainable Development
    • ENGLISH 320: Literature and the Environment, or
      ENVIRON 377: Literature and the Environment
    • ENVIRON 211: Social Sciences and Environmental Problems
    • ENVIRON 222: Introduction to Environmental Justice
    • ENVIRON 256 / ANTHRCUL 256: Culture, Adaptation and Environment
    • ENVIRON 304: Topics in Culture and Environment
    • ENVIRON 320: Environmental Journalism: Reporting about Science, Policy and Public Health
    • ENVIRON 360 / PSYCH 384: Behavior and Environment
    • ENVIRON 361 / PSYCH 385: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship, or
      NRE 561: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship
    • ENVIRON 376: Environmental Ethics
    • ENVIRON 377: Literature and the Environment, or
      ENGLISH 320: Literature and the Environment
    • ENVIRON 382 / EDCURINS 382: Intro to Environmental Education and Sustainable Development
    • NRE 501: Grad Experimental, section titled "Justice Issues in Conservation and Sustainability"
    • NRE 561: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship, or
    • ENVIRON 361 / PSYCH 385: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship
    • PHIL 240: Environmental Ethics
    • PHIL 355: Contemporary Moral Problems
    • PSYCH 384 / ENVIRON 360: Behavior and Environment
    • PSYCH 385 / ENVIRON 361: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship, or
      NRE 561: The Psychology of Environmental Stewardship
    • SOC 415: Culture and Consumption
  2. Business and Economics
    • BIT 445 / STRATEGY 445: Base of the Pyramid: Business Innovation for Solving Society's Problems
    • EARTH 380 / ENVIRON 380: Mineral Resources, Economics, and the Environment
    • ENGR 390: Special Topics, section titled "Social Entrepreneurship"
    • ENGR 521: Clean Tech Entrepreneurship
    • ENVIRON 380 / EARTH 380: Mineral Resources, Economics, and the Environment
    • SOC 315: Economic Sociology
    • STRATEGY 310: World Economy
    • STRATEGY 411: The Corporation in Society
    • STRATEGY 445 / BIT 445: Base of the Pyramid: Business Innovation for Solving Society's Problems
  3. Public Policy, Urban Planning, and Law
    • AAS 426: Urban Redevelopment and Social Justice
    • AOSS 480 / NRE 480: Climate Change: The Move to Action
    • ARCH 423 / ENVIRON 370 / UP 423: Introduction to Urban and Environmental Planning
    • CMPLXSYS 391 / POLSCI 391: Applied Complex Systems: Emergent Challenges
    • EEB 318 / ENVIRON 318 / RCIDIV 318: Food, Land and Society
    • EHS 588 / ENVIRON 475 / NRE 475: Environmental Law
    • ENVIRON 270: Our Common Future - The Ecology, Economics and Ethics of Sustainable Development
    • ENVIRON 306: Global Water
    • ENVIRON 312 / POLSCI 380: Environmental Politics and Policy
    • ENVIRON 318 / EEB 318 / RCIDIV 318: Food, Land, and Society
    • ENVIRON 350: The Built Environment: Introduction to Landscape Change
    • ENVIRON 365: International Environmental Policy
    • ENVIRON 370 / ARCH 423 / UP 423: Introduction to Urban and Environmental Planning
    • ENVIRON 405: Urban Sprawl: Policy and Politics
    • ENVIRON 412: Environmental Values in Public Policy
    • ENVIRON 449 / NRE 449: Organizational Theory and Change
    • ENVIRON 475 / EHS 588 / NRE 475: Environmental Law
    • NRE 449 / ENVIRON 449: Organizational Theory and Change
    • NRE 475 / ENVIRON 475 / EHS 588: Environmental Law
    • NRE 480 / AOSS 480: Climate Change: The Move to Action
    • NRE 501: Grad Experimental, section titled "Urban Agriculture"
    • PHYSICS 481 / PUBPOL 481: Science, Technology, and Public Policy
    • POLSCI 380 /ENVIRON 312: Environmental Politics and Policy
    • POLSCI 391/ CMPLXSYS 391: Applied Complex Systems: Emergent Challenges
    • PUBPOL 201: Systematic Thinking About Problems of the Day
    • PUBPOL 481 / PHYSICS 481: Science, Technology, and Public Policy
    • RCIDIV 302: Advanced Issues in Science, Technology, Medicine, and Society, section titled "Environmental Literature/Social Justice"
    • RCIDIV 318 / ENVIRON 318 / EEB 318: Food, Land, and Society
    • UP 423 / ARCH 423 / ENVIRON 370: Introduction to Urban and Environmental Planning
    • UP 425: Urban Systems
  4. Natural Sciences & Public Health
    • AAS 409 / ANTHRCUL 408: Maternal/Child Health and Environmental Pollution in Africa
    • ANTHRCUL 408 / AAS 409: Maternal/Child Health and Environmental Pollution in Africa
    • EARTH 380 / ENVIRON 380: Mineral Resources, Economics, and the Environment
    • EHS 500: Principles of Environmental Health Science
    • ENVIRON 310: Toxicology: The Study of Environmental Chemicals and Disease
    • ENVIRON 317: Conservation of Biological Diversity
    • ENVIRON 380 / EARTH 380: Mineral Resources, Economics, and the Environment
    • HMP 200 / PUBHLTH 200 / PUBPOL 210: Health and Society: Introduction to Public Health
    • PUBHLTH 200 / HMP 200 / PUBPOL 210: Health and Society: Introduction to Public Health
    • PUBPOL 210 / PUBHLTH 200 / HMP 200: Health and Society: Introduction to Public Health
  5. Technology, Engineering, and Design
    • ARCH 357 / UP 357: Architecture, Sustainability, and the City: Ideas, Forces, and People
    • ARTDES 250: Art-Design Perspectives III: Technology and the Environment
    • AUTO 533 / MECHENG 433: Advanced Energy Solutions
    • CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
    • CEE 567 / ESENG 567: Energy Infrastructure Systems
    • CMPLXSYS 250 / PUBPOL 250: Social Systems, Energy, and Public Policy
    • ESENG 567 / CEE 567: Energy Infrastructure Systems
    • ENVIRON 309: GIS Explorations of the Past, Present, and Future
    • ENVIRON 367: Global Enterprise and Sustainable Development
    • MECHENG 433 / AUTO 533: Advanced Energy Solutions
    • NRE 574 / PUBPOL 519 / RCNSCI 419: Sustainable Energy Systems
    • PUBPOL 250 / CMPLXSYS 250: Social Systems, Energy, and Public Policy
    • PUBPOL 519 / NRE 574 / RCNSCI 419: Sustainable Energy Systems
    • RCNSCI 419 / NRE 574 / PUBPOL 519: Sustainable Energy Systems
    • UP 357 / ARCH 357: Architecture, Sustainability and the City: Ideas, Forces, and People