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Submission Date Nov. 19, 2013
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California State University, Chico
ER-6: Sustainability-Focused Courses

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired James Pushnik
Director and Rawlins Professor of Environmental Literacy
Institute for Sustainable Development
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The number of sustainability-focused courses offered :
88

The total number of courses offered :
1750

Number of years covered by the data:
One

A list of sustainability-focused courses offered:

American Environment
American Indian Environmental Philosophies
Anthropology of Food
Architectural History
Building Energy Analysis and Design
Building Systems and Environmental Technologies
Cataclysmic Events in Prehistory
Citizen Involvement in Recreation Resource Management
Climate Change Adaptation: Practice
Climate Change Adaptation: Theory
Concepts in Environmental Sciences
Cross-Cultural Environmental Ethics
Cultural Concepts: Human
Earth Systems Analysis of Global Change
Ecology of Human Nutrition
Economics of Energy
Eco-tourism
End of the World
Energy in the Human Environment
Energy Systems
Environmental and Comprehensive Planning for Recreation
Environmental and Conservation Planning
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics - Honors
Environmental Economics
Environmental Ethics
Environmental Graphic Design
Environmental Health
Environmental Interpretation and Communication
Environmental Issues
Environmental Literacy
Environmental Policy and the Law
Environmental Politics and Administration
Environmental Psychology
Environmental Rhetoric
Environmental Sciences
Environmental Sociology
Environmental Systems Modeling I
Environmental Systems Modeling II
Environmental Thought and Action
Environmental Toxicology
Environments of Business
Ethical conflicts and Religious Values
Ethics and Environmental Sciences
Food Forever: Comparisons of Sustainable Food Production Systems
Global Environmental History after Columbus
Global Environmental History before Columbus
Holistic Management
Human Behavioral Ecology
Human Existence
Human Geography
International Development and Globalization
Internship in Sustainability
Introduction to Community and Rural Planning
Introduction to Environmental Sciences
Justice and Human Rights
Landscape Ecology
Living with Technology
Management of Recreation and Parks
Management of Recreation and Parks - Honors
Managing for Sustainability
Men, Women & the Land: Myths & Realities: Honors
Natural Hazards
Natural Resources and the Informed Citizen
Natural Resources Management
Nature and Restoration
Nature, Culture, Environment
Planning for Sustainable Communities and Regions
Population
Politics, Performance & Power
Power and Scarcity: The Anthropology of Change
Recreation and Natural Resource Economics
Religion and America's Ethnic Minorities
Self Identity & Sustainability
Senior Workshop in Parks and Natural Resources Field Methods
Society, Time & Archaeology
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management - Honors
Sustainability and the Built Environment
The Developing Countries
Urban Problems
Urban-Regional Economics
Water Resource Policy and Planning
Water Resources Management
Our Digital Planet-Geospatial Technologies and Society
World Food and Fiber Systems
World Food and Hunger Issues
World Religions and Global Issues

+ Date Revised: Dec. 11, 2013

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