||(Also offered as AMST, ANTH 134.) An introduction to creating a sustainable future that supports environmental health and restoration, social equity, and economic vitality. Examines challenges and examples of integrated, creative strategies on local, regional, national, and global levels.
||(Also offered as SOC 334.) A collaborative hands-on local sustainability project directly benefiting the campus or community, designing creative approaches to satisfy basic needs (such as food, health, energy, transportation) in a future-sustaining way. Prerequisite: 134.
||Explore specific topics that address the environmental, economic, and social aspects of sustainability. Topics may include legacies of leaders in sustainability, development of foodsheds, and other innovations.
||(Also offered as AMST, ANTH, ARCH 434.) Presents frameworks for complex and creative analysis, including systems think-ing and synergistic integration of the three pillars of sustainability: environment, equity, economy. Examines innovative local and international case studies in environment, business, policy, and community development.
Prerequisite: 134 and (ECON 106 or ECON 203.)
||Apply lessons from the sustainability minor in the context of the major discipline or other arena, supported by a mentor and a review committee. Students select thesis research (section 1) or multimedia expression (section 2) option. Prerequisite: 434.