Environmental Science& Sustain Courses
ADVISE: Background in environmental science; Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: ENVS 31
Students will hear from professionals and experts from government, private, non-profits
and public sectors as they share their insights on careers in sustainability and the
environment. Career opportunities, academic and job training pathways will also be
Formerly SUST 5
ADVISE: ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English
An examination of the scientific evidence informing our understanding of the causes and consequences of human impacts on the environment. Application of core principles, methods, qualitative and quantitative reasoning from the natural sciences, social sciences, and engineering and technology to investigate and evaluate sustainable solutions to environmental degradation and resource depletion.
Formerly SUST 31 = BIO 31 = GEOG 31
PREREQ: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: ENVS 31
An introduction to tools and techniques used by environmental scientists to investigate human impacts on the environment in lab and/or field settings. Application of qualitative and quantitative concepts and models to evaluate environmental problems and their proposed solutions.
Formerly also listed as BIO 31L, GEOG 31L, and SUST 31L
PREREQ: Approval of Engineering & Technology Department ADVISE: ENVS 31
Internship in sustainability-related settings (such as environmental education, alternative energy systems, sustainable water systems, green building, habitat restoration, urban agriculture) under the supervision of a qualified professional. The student will need to arrange the internship and then contact the instructor to enroll in this class. Suggestions and strategies are available on course website. One unit of credit is earned for 60 hours of unpaid or 75 hours of paid work.
Formerly SUST 91