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SUS 201 | Introduction to Sustainability

We are looking for motivated students who care about the earth, clean energy, and fairness to all. You are invited to learn the facts about sustainable energy, going green, and the cost savings of being environmentally responsible. Interested students should make an appointment with an academic advisor and ask for SUS 201 today!

LEARN how to live more sustainably
IMPROVE your environment and community
GIVE BACK to your community
HANDS ON LEARNING

Log on to the Online Student Center or visit the Enrollment Center on the first floor of the main building.

This course aims to address the real life challenges of sustainability by building the change agent capacities of students. This course will provide an overview of the principles and practices of sustainability, with an emphasis on the components of the triple bottom line: Economic stability, Social equity, and Environmental viability from a systems perspective. Course will be taught with a focus on collaboration and student involvement in projects. Students will be introduced to information from a number of different academic areas such as biology, chemistry, sociology, economics and political science.