Sustainability Courses at Weber State University

Course Inventory: Sustainability Courses Offered

ATTC 3760: Advanced Automotive Technologies
ATTC 4760: Alternate Fuel Systems
BSAD 3330: Business Ethics and Environmental Sustainability
BTNY  1403: Environment  Appreciation
BTNY 2413: Introduction to Natural Resources Management
DET 3000: BIM and the Green Built Environment
ECON 1100: Environmental Issues and Economic Policy
English 2010: Intermediate Writing (some sections are SF)
English 3520: Literature of the Natural World
GEO 1060: Environmental Geosciences
GEOG 4410: Land Use Planning: Techniques and Practices
GEOG 3060: World Environmental Issues
GEOG 4420: Advanced Planning Techniques
GEOG 4890: Cooperative Work Experience - course that works with K-12 to identify sustainable, natural and cultural resources in local neighborhoods
History 3270: American Environmental History
ZOOL 3500: Conservation Biology
ZOOL 4480: Aquatic Ecology

 

Course Inventory: Courses that Include Sustainability:

ANTH 3100: Prehistory of North America
ANTH 3300: Archaeological Field Techniques
ART 2015: Drawing on the Land
AUSV 1000: Introduction to Automotive Service; includes pollution prevention
BSAD 3330: Business Ethics & Environmental Responsibility
BTNY 1303: Plants in Human Affairs
BTNY 2104: Plant Form and Function
BTNY 2303: Ethnobotany
BTNY 2413: Introduction to Natural Resource Management
BTNY 3214: Soils
BTNY 3454: Plant Ecology
BTNY 3523: Marine Biology
BTNY: 3473: Plant Geography
BTNY 4113: Plant Evolution
CHEM 4550: Geochemistry
CMT 1210 Residential Methods and Materials of Construction
CMT 1310 Commercial Methods and Materials of Construction
CMT 3260: Mechanical and Electrical Systems
CMT 3630: Environmental Issues in Facilities Management
CMT 3660. Energy Management
DET 1350: Residential Architectural Design
English 2010: Intermediate Writing (Some sections are SR)
English 6030: Ecocriticism and Nature Writing
GEO 1065: Environmental Geosciences Lab
GEO 1130: Introduction to Meterology
GEO 4150: Environmental Assessment
GEO 3010: Oceanography & Earth Systems
GEO 3080: Water Resources
GEO 3880: Groundwater
GEO 4150: Environmental Assessment
GEOG 1300: Places and Peoples of the World
GEOG 1400: The Science of Global Warming: Myths, Realities, and Solutions
GEOG PS 1000: Natural Environments of the Earth (Multiple sections each year)
GEOG 3050: Weather and Climate
GEOG 3070: Wetland Environments
GEOG 3080: Arid Lands
GEOG 3360: Economic Geography
GEOG 3740: Geography of Africa
HAS 4620: International Health and Health Care
HE 2400: Art of Emotional Wellness
HIS 4120: The American West Since 1900
HON 1500: Perspectives in the Physical Sciences
HON 1510: Perspectives in the Life Sciences
HON 1520: Perspectives in the Social Sciences
HON 1530: Perspectives in the Creative Arts
Honors 1540: Wilderness and American Literature
Honors 3900: Water, Resource, Issue, Metaphor
IDT 2010 Sustainability I: Textiles and Soft Materials
IDT 3030 Sustainability II: Materials, Hard Surfaces and Specifications
MACC 6580: Internal Auditing; includes environmental auditing
MBA 6110: Tools for the Ethical Manager
MBA 6570: Business Strategies for Environmental Sustainability
MBA 6700: Managing for Environmental Sustainability
MBA 6710: Accounting and Finance for Environmental Sustainability
MBA 6720: Environmental Economics for Sustainable Business
MBA 6730: Consulting Project in SustainabilityMICR 3403: Tropical Diseases
MICR 3484: Environmental Microbiology
MICR 3502: Environmental Health
MICR 3753: Geomicrobiology
MFET 2860: Plastics/Composites, Materials and Properties
MFET 3350: Plastic and Composite Manufacturing
MFET 3550: Manufacturing Supervision; includes environmental issues
MFET 3750: Welding Metallurgy I
MFET 3760: Welding Metallurgy II
MFET 3870: Mold Design and Process Strategies
MFET 4610: Senior Project Planning and Estimating
PHYS 2090: Environmental Physics: Energy and Power
PHYS 2600: Laboratory Safety
POLS 4750: Public Policy Analysis
PSY 4050: Evolutionary Psychology
REC 3600: Outdoor Adventure Recreation
SOC 3300: Environmental Sociology
ZOOL 1010: Animal Biology
ZOOL 1020: Human Biology
ZOOL 3730: Population Biology
ZOOL 4650: Ichthyology
ZOOL 4660: Herpetology  

Departments Offering Sustainability Courses

 

Accountancy
Anthropology
Automotive Technology
Botany
Business Administration
Computer Science
Chemistry
Construction Management Technology
Economics
Engineering Technology
English
Geography
Geosciences
Health Administrative Services
History
Honors
HPHP
Microbiology
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Recreation
Sociology
Visual Arts
Zoology

 


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