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2022-2023 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Sustainability, B.A.


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Professors: Shaun Huston, Michael McGlade
Associate professor: Mark Van Steeter
Visiting assistant professor: Joseph Oduro Appiah

Mission

Provide knowledge and mentoring that will transform students into leaders who apply systems thinking in order to envision and implement solutions towards sustainable development.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Describe social, environmental, and economic elements of sustainable human communities

  2. Analyze the systemic nature of interrelationships among social, environmental, and economic elements of a thriving human community.

  3. Apply knowledge through actions that promote a sustainable and balanced system between humans and the environment.

Research Tools


Advanced Skills & Practice Credits: 8


Consult with your advisor on selecting credits that match your interests and post-graduation plans. Choose from any combination of:

  • Study Abroad Credits: 1-8
    • Appropriate credits to be worked out with a student’s advisor and the Study Abroad office
  • Interdisciplinary Skills and Tools Credits: 1-8
    • Appropriate credits to be worked out with a student’s advisor, which may include, but are not limited to courses in language study, research methods and data analysis, cartography and GIS, or media production
  • SUST 401  Field Experience Credits: 1-8
  • SUST 402  Independent Project Credits: 1-8

Senior Seminar


Total Credits: 60


Satisfactory Grade Use


Program requirements may be fulfilled with a grade of S.

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