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Provide knowledge and mentoring that will transform students into leaders who apply systems thinking in order to envision and implement solutions towards sustainable development.
Describe social, environmental, and economic elements of sustainable human communities
Analyze the systemic nature of interrelationships among social, environmental, and economic elements of a thriving human community.
Apply knowledge through actions that promote a sustainable and balanced system between humans and the environment.
Total Credits: Minimum of 60
Course substitutions are possible but only with adviser approval. Potential courses include: