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Sustainability Courses

Sustainability Focused Courses*

  • ARCH 651 - Passive House Design Studio
  • CM 360 - Building Design/Eval Concepts
  • CM 460/560 - Sustainable Building Systems Concepts and Analysis
  • ECON 372 - Introduction to Resource & Environmental Economics
  • ECON 472/572 - Resource & Environmental Economics
  • EE 735 - Photovoltaics
  • GEOG 111 - Sustainable Society
  • GEOG 415/515 - Environmental Geography
  • GEOG 765 - Adv Studies Land Utilization
  • NRM 466/566 - Environmental Toxicology & Contaminants
  • SOC 245 - Environment & Society
  • WL 712 - Wetlands Ecology & Management

Sustainability Related Courses*

  • ABE 434-434L/534-534L - Natural Resources Engineering
  • ABS 203 - Global Food Systems
  • ABS 475-475L - Integrated Natural Resource Management
  • ADV 370 - Advertising Principles
  • AGEC 271 - Farm & Ranch Management
  • AGEC 479 - Agricultural Policy
  • AGED 109 - First Year Seminar in Agricultural Education
  • AGED 119 - First Year Seminar
  • AHSS 111 - Introduction to Global Citizenship and Diversity
  • AM 472- 472L - Merchandising
  • ARCH 411 - Building Tech I
  • ARCH 461/561 - Dieste Building
  • ARCH 521 - Media Tech VI
  • ARCH 552 - Whole Building Studio II
  • ARCH 631 - Building Technology II
  • ARCH 632 - Building Technology III
  • ARCH 671 - Architectural Practice III
  • AS/RANG 215 - Intro Integrated Ranch Mgmt
  • AS/AST 463/563 - Agricultural Waste Management
  • AST 333- 333L - Soil and Water Mechanics
  • AST 353 - Physical Climatology-Meteorology
  • BADM 485 - Business and Financial Decisions in a Global Economy
  • BIO 290 - Seminar - Careers in Life Sciences
  • BIOL/NRM 311-311L - Principles of Ecology
  • CD 603 - Community Natural Resource Management
  • CEE 225 - Principles of Environmental Science & Engineering
  • CEE 340-340L - Engineering Geology
  • CEE 411/511 - Asphalt Materials and Mix Design
  • CEE 423/523 - Municipal Water Distribution and Collection System Design
  • CEE 424/524 - Industrial Waste Treatment
  • CEE 434/534 - Hydrology
  • CEE 435/535 - Water Resources Engineering
  • CEE 446 - Adv Geotechnical Engineering
  • CEE 733 - Topics in Water Resources Engineering
  • CHRD 731 - Multicultural Counseling and Human Relations
  • CM 332 - Building Construction Methods & Systems
  • CM 333 - Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing Systems
  • EE 222-222L - Energy Conversion
  • EE 436-436L/536 - 536L - Photovoltaic Systems Engineering
  • EE 731 -731L - Advanced Power Electronics
  • EE 732 - Modeling and Control of Power Electronic Systems
  • EE 737 - Organic Photovoltaics
  • EES 275 - Intro to Environ Science
  • EES 425-425L/525-525L - Disturbance and Restoration Ecology
  • EES 430-430L/530 - 530L - Biological Invasions
  • EFA 455 - Adv Events/Facilities Admin
  • GE 231 - Technology, Society, & Ethics
  • GEOG 101 - Introduction to Geography
  • GEOG 131-131L - Physical Geography: Weather and Climate
  • GEOG 132-132L - Physical Geography: Natural Landscapes
  • GEOG 150 - Environmental Disasters & Human Hazards
  • GEOG 200 - Introduction to Human Geography
  • GEOG 210 - World Regional Geography
  • GEOG 212 - Geography of North America
  • GEOG 219 - Geography of South Dakota
  • GEOG 317 - Geography of Africa
  • GEOG 320 - Regional Geography:
  • GEOG 339 - Geomorphology
  • GEOG 343 - Environmental Disasters & Human Hazards
  • GEOG 351 - Economic Geography
  • GEOG 363 - Rural Geography
  • GEOG 365 - Land Use and Planning
  • GEOG 425/525 - Population Geography
  • GEOG 430 - Geography of Europe
  • GEOG 447/547 - Geography of the Future
  • GEOG 459/559 - Political Geography
  • GEOG 461/561 - Urban Geography
  • GEOG 710 – Evolution of Geographic Thought
  • GEOG/GSE/NRM 767 - Fire and Ecosystems
  • GEOG/HMGT 420/520 - Geography of Tourism
  • GEOG/PS 410-410L/510-510L - Soil Geography & Land Use Interpretation
  • HIST 379 - Environmental History of the United States
  • HLTH/HSC 120 - Community Health
  • HLTH/HSC 443 - Public Health Science
  • HO 105 - Insects & Society
  • HO 111-111L - Introduction to Horticulture
  • HO/PS 210-210L - Turf and Weed Management in Horticulture
  • HO/PS 329 - Horticultural Pests
  • HO/PS 339 - Arboriculture and Urban Forestry
  • HO/PS 434/534 - Local Food Production
  • HO/PS 435 - Local Food Production
  • HO/PS 447/547 - Organic Plant Production
  • HON 383 - Honors Colloquium: Food
  • HON 383 - Honors Colloquium: Global Ecosystem
  • HON 383 - Honors Colloquium: Immigration
  • HON 383 - Honors Colloquium: The "Wicked Problem" of Land Conservation Past, Present and Future and its Potential Consequences
  • HON 384 - Honors Colloquium: Energy Realities, Future Possibilities
  • ID 352 - Interior Design Studio IV
  • LA 101 - Introduction to Landscape Architecture
  • LA 342 - City Planning
  • LA 352 - Planting Design Studio
  • LA 452 - Capstone Studio
  • ME 230-230L - Engineering Design Methods
  • ME 240 - Introduction of Mechanical Design
  • ME 410/510 - Principles: HVAC Engineering
  • ME 412/512 - Internal Combustion Engines
  • ME 416/516 - Renewable Energy Systems
  • ME 439-439L/539-539L - HVAC System Design
  • MICR 421/521 - Soil Microbiology
  • MLS 201 - Introduction to Medical Laboratory Science
  • NE 435 - Introduction to Nuclear Engineering
  • NRM 110 - Introduction to Natural Resource Management
  • NRM 282-282L - Natural Resource Statistics
  • NRM 300 - Laws and Policies in Natural Resource Management
  • NRM 450-450L/550-550L - Freshwater Monitoring & Assessment
  • NRM 464/564 - Ecosystem Ecology
  • NRM 482-482L/582-582L - Natural Resource Management Biometry
  • NRM 706/L - Landscape Ecology
  • NURS 444-444L - Population Centered Care
  • NURS 454 - Leadership and Management
  • NUTR 111 - Food, People, and the Environment
  • NUTR 221 - Survey of Nutrition
  • NUTR 315 - Human Nutrition
  • NUTR 424-424L/524-524L - Community Nutrition
  • NUTR 735 - Current Trends in Dietetics Practice
  • PHA 733 - Environmental Health
  • PHIL/REL 454 - Environmental Ethics
  • POLS 102 - American Political Issues
  • PS  431/531 - Insect Ecology & Biological Control
  • PS 243 - Principles of Geology
  • PS 411 - Fruit Crop Systems
  • PS 412/512 - Environmental Soil Chemistry
  • PS 462-462L/562-562L - Environmental Soil Mgmt
  • PS 721 - Advanced Integrated Pest Management
  • PS 743-743L - Environmental Soil Physics
  • RANG 205-205L - Intro to Range Management
  • RANG 321 - Wildland Ecosystems
  • RANG 374-374L - Natural Resource Habitat Conservation, Management, and Restoration
  • RANG 520 - Watershed Management
  • RANG 750 - Grazing Ecology and Management
  • RECR 202-202L - Outdoor Recreation Resource Management
  • RECR 402 - Outdoor Recreation Resources Management
  • SOC 150 - Social Problems
  • SOC 462/562 - Population Studies
  • SOC 489 - Capstone
  • SOC 790 - Seminar
  • WL 220 - Intro Wildlife & Fish Mgmt
  • WL 411-411L - Principles of Wildlife Management
  • WL 412-412L - Principles of Fisheries Management
  • WL 415-415L/515-515L - Upland Game Ecology & Mgmt
  • WL 417-417L/517-517L - Large Mammal Ecology & Mgmt
  • WL 419-419L/519-519L - Waterfowl Ecology & Mgmt
  • WL 430-430L - Human Dimensions in Natural Resource Management
  • WL 713-713L - Animal Population Dynamics

 

*This list was compiled from three years worth of data as part of SDSU's completion of the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) benchmark report.