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Liaison Matthew Muchna
Submission Date Oct. 8, 2012
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Northern Arizona University
ER-6: Sustainability-Focused Courses

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired Rod Parnell
Faculty: Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability
School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability
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The number of sustainability-focused courses offered :
256

The total number of courses offered :
4298

Number of years covered by the data:
Two

A list of sustainability-focused courses offered:

ANT 365 CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (3)
ANT 370 HUMAN ECOLOGY (3)
ANT 501 FOOD AND CULTURE (3)
AHBY 380 CITIES, SUBURBS AND COUNTRYSIDE (3)
AIS 290 FOUNDATIONS OF INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: LAW, POLICY AND MOVEMENTS (3)
AIS 450 INDIAN HEALTH: ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE, PROMOTION AND POLICY (3)
AIS 470 TRADITIONAL ETHNO-BIOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (3)
BBA 300 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY (3)
BBA 310 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY (3)
BBA 380 MANAGEMENT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY AND DURABLE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE (3)
BBA 471C BUSINESS ETHICS (3)
BIO 326 ECOLOGY (4)
BIO 369 ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY (4)
BIO 373 MARINE BIOLOGY (3)
BIO 374 ECONOMIC BOTANY (3)
BIO 575 PLANT PATHOLOGY (3)
BIO 673 PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY (4)
BIO 345 SUSTAINABLE BOTANY (4)
BIO 409 SOIL AND GROUNDWATER BIOREMEDIATION (3)
BIO 409H BIOREMEDIATION - HONORS (3)
BIO 426C PLANTS AND CLIMATE (3)
BIO 441 CONSERVATION BIOLOGY (3)
BIO 471/578 MICROBIAL ECOLOGY (3)
BIO 477 FISH MANAGEMENT (3)
BIO 478 WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT (3)
BIO 479 ECOSYSTEMS AND CLIMATE CHANGE (3)
BIO 570 PLANT ECOLOGY (3)
BIO 572 LIMNOLOGY (3)
BIO 573 FIELD ECOLOGY (3)
BIO 577 CONCEPTS IN ECOLOGY (3)
CHM 520 SOURCES, FATE AND TRANSPORT OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS (3)
CENE 150 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (3)
CENE 150L INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING COMPUTATIONS LAB (1)
CENE 280 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS (3)
CENE 281L WATER QUALITY LAB (1)
CENE 282L AIR AND SITE INVESTIGATIONS LAB (1)
CENE 286 CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING DESIGN (3)
CENE 330 AIR QUALITY ENGINEERING (3)
CENE 332 SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT (3)
CENE 333 WATER RESOURCES I (3)
CENE 335 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY (3)
CENE 336 WATER RESOURCES II (3)
CENE 383 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING I (3)
CENE 410 UNIT OPERATIONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (3)
CENE 434 WATER AND WASTE-WTER UNITS DESIGN (3)
CENE 440 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: TODAY AND TOMORROW (3)
CENE 441 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CASE STUDY (1)
CENE 468 ENGINEERING IN NATURAL SYSTEMS: RIVERS AND STREAMS (3)
CENE 480 ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSPORT PROCESSES (3)
CENE 540 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: TODAY AND TOMORROW (3)
CENE 543 URBAN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING (3)
COM 150 ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION (3)
COM 250 ENVIRONMENTAL PERSPECTIVES ON COMMUNICATION ARTS (3)
CM 120 BUILDING THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT (3)
CST 217 ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE (3)
CST 370 RHETORICS OF NATURE AND ENVIRONMENTALISM (3)
CDSY 240 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY (3)
CDSY 320 COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL CHANGE (3)
CDSY 360 TECHNOLOGIES OF SUSTAINABILITY (3)
CDSY 370 ECONOMICS OF SUSTAINABILITY (3)
CDSY 380 COMMUNITY PROGRAM PLANNING AND EVALUATION (3)
CDSY 430 POWER, POLITICS AND THE PRESS (3)
CDSY 440 CURRENT ISSUES IN SUSTAINABILITY (3)
CCJ 312 ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME (3)
ECO 324 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS (3)
ECO 328 THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ENERGY (3)
ECO 424 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CLIMATE CHANGE (3)
ENG 495 GLOBAL ENV&CLIMATIC (3)
EGR 190 ENERGY, ECOLOGY, AND YOU (3)
EGR 501 TOPICS IN SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS (3)
ENV 101 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (3)
ENV 101H INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE - HONORS (3)
ENV 101L INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LAB (1)
ENV 110 EXTREME WEATHER (3)
ENV 115 CLIMATE CHANGE (3)
ENV 115H CLIMATE CHANGE - HONORS (3)
ENV 181 ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY (3)
ENV 182 ECO HOUSE SEMINAR (1-3)
ENV 199 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-3)
ENV 230 FOUNDATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE: HUMANS AND THE ENVIRONMENT (4)
ENV 360 PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROCESSES IN THE ATMOSPHERE AND HYDROSPHERE (4)
ENV 299 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-3)
ENV 299H SPECIAL TOPICS - HONORS (1-3)
ENV 301W TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (3)
ENV 326 ENVIRONMENTAL ECOLOGY (3)
ENV 326L ENVIRONMENTAL ECOLOGY LAB (1)
ENV 332 SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT (3)
ENV 375 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES OF THE SAN JUAN RIVER BASIN (3)
ENV 385W ENERGY, RESOURCES AND POLICY (4)
ENV 409 SOIL AND GROUNDWATER BIOREMEDIATION (3)
ENV 410 METEOROLOGY (4)
ENV 430 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY (3)
ENV 440 CONSERVATION BIOLOGY (3)
ENV 450 HISTORICAL ECOLOGY: RECONSTRUCTING PAST ECOSYSTEMS (3)
ENV 471 MICROBIAL ECOLOGY (3)
ENV 490C SENIOR SEMINAR IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (3)
ENV 495 GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATE CHANGE (3)
ENV 499 CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS (1-3)
ENV 540 CONSERVATION BIOLOGY (3)
ENV 540L CONSERVATION BIOLOGY LAB (1)
ENV 544 LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY (3)
ENV 550 HISTORICAL ECOLOGY: RECONSTRUCTING PAST ECOSYSTEMS (3)
ENV 555 THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE-POLICY INTERFACE (3)
ENV 580 ATMOSPHERIC CHANGE (3)
ENV 591 THE SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT OF GREENHOUSE GASES (3)
ENV 595 GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATE CHANGE (3)
ENV 596 QUATERNARY CLIMATE CHANGE (3)
ENV 599 CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS (1-3)
ENVY 105 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY (4)
FS 111 SCIENCE FIRST YEAR SEMINAR (3)
FS 111H SCIENCE FIRST YEAR SEMINAR (3)
FS 121 AESTHETIC & HUMANISTIC INQUIRY FIRST YEAR SEMINAR (3
FS 121H AESTHETIC & HUMANISTIC INQUIRY FIRST YEAR SEMINAR (3)
FS 131 CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING FIRST YEAR SEMINAR (3)
FS 131H CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING FIRST YEAR SEMINAR (3)
FS 141 SOCIAL & POLICITAL WORLDS FIRST YEAR SEMINAR (3)
FS 141H SOCIAL & POLITICAL WORLDS FIRST YEAR SEMINAR (3)
FS 199 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-3)
FOR 207 PROJECT WET (1)
FOR 203 PROJECT LEARNING TREE (1)
FOR 204 PROJECT WILD (1)
FOR 205 PROJECT WILD AQUATIC (1)
FOR 213 ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF FOREST SOILS (3)
FOR 222 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION (3)
FOR 230 MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES OF NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (3)
FOR 240 INTRODUCTION TO CONSERVATION BIOLOGY (3)
FOR 250 ARIZONA FORESTS AND WILDLIFE (3)
FOR 255 INTERNATIONAL WILDLIFE ISSUES (3)
FOR 270 NATIVE AMERICAN ECOLOGY (3)
FOR 283 FORESTRY IN THE WILDLAND-URBAN INTERFACE (3)
FOR 310 FOREST ECOLOGY FOR PROFESSIONALS (3)
FOR 313 FOREST ECOLOGY I (3)
FOR 314 FOREST ECOLOGY II (3)
FOR 323W FOREST MANAGEMENT I (3)
FOR 324W FOREST MANAGEMENT II (3)
FOR 325W FOREST MANAGEMENT III (3)
FOR 326W FOREST MANAGEMENT IV (3)
FOR 340 ENVIRONMENTAL HYDROLOGY (3)
FOR 340H ENVIRONMENTAL HYDROLOGY-HONORS (3)
FOR 360 NATURAL RESOURCES POLICY (3)
FOR 370 INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE: ECOLOGICAL IMPLCATIONS (3)
FOR 381 FOREST ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT (3)
FOR 413C FOREST ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENT I (3)
FOR 414C FOREST ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENT II (3)
FOR 415/515 FORESTRY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES (3)
FOR 423C FOREST ECOSYSTEM PLANNING I (3)
FOR 424C FOREST ECOSYSTEM PLANNING II (3)
FOR 430 LEADERSHIP AND THE ENVIRONMENT (3)
FOR 441 SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY IN TROPICAL ECOSYSTEMS: INTERNATIONAL FIELD EXPERIENCE (3)
FOR 443/543 ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF INTRODUCED SPECIES (3)
FOR 444 WILDERNESS MANAGEMENT FOR PROFESSIONALS (3)
FOR 445 WILDERNESS MANAGEMENT (3)
FOR 447 HUMAN-FOREST INTEACITONS FROM COMMUNITY PERSPECTIVES (3)
FOR 451/551 FIRE ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (3)
FOR 465/565 WATERSHED RESTORATION (3)
FOR 479 ECOSYSTEMS AND CLIMATE CHANGE (3)
FOR 493 NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS (3)
FOR 500 ECOSYSTEM SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES (3)
FOR 504 CURRENT TOPICS IN WILDLIFE ECOLOGY AND APPLIED CONSERVATION BIOLOGY (3)
FOR 505 FORESTRY SEMINAR SERIES (1)
FOR 530 ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION PRINCIPLES FOR PRACTITIONERS (3)
FOR 544 LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY (3)
FOR 545 RANGELAND ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (3)
FOR 560 WETLAND ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (3)
FOR 563 WATERSHED HYDROLOGY (3)
FOR 605 NATURAL RESOURCES POLICY ANALYSIS (3)
GCS 350 MANAGING THE GRAND CANYON (1-3)
GCS 352 GRAND CANYON ASTHETICS (3)
GSP 120 BUILDING THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT (3)
GSP 148 FOODS OF THE US (3)
GSP 201 COMMUNITIES, PLANNING AND CHANGE (3)
GSP 276 PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM (3)
GSP 302 ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING (3)
GSP 365 FUNDAMENTALS OF WEATHER AND CLIMATE (3)
GSP 402 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS (3)
GSP 501 COMMUNITIES AND PUBLIC PLANNING (3)
GSP 514 PLANNING SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES (3)
GSP 543 URBAN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING (3)
GSP 545 COMMUNITY PLANNING AND PUBLIC HEALTH (3)
GLG 107 OCEANOGRAPHY (3)
GLG 110 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY (3)
GLG 110L ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY LAB (1)
GLG 112 GEOLOGIC DISASTERS (3
GLG 112H GEOLOGIC DISASTERS - HONORS (3)
GLG 112L GEOLOGIC DISASTERS LAB (1)
GLG 115 CLIMATE CHANGE (3)
GLG 303 GRAND CANYON NATURAL SCIENCE (3)
GLG 360 APPLIED GEOLOGY (3)
GLG 451 HYDROGEOLOGY (4)
GLG 596 QUATERNARY CLIMATE CHANGE (3)
HIS 308 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY IN THE AMERICAN WEST (3)
HIS 397 SURVEY OF AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY (30
HIS 405 TOPICS IN U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY (3)
HIS 568 READINGS IN ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY (3)
HIS 668 RESEARCH IN ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY (3)
HUM 130 INTRODUCTION TO SOUTHWEST HUMANITIES (3)
HUM 175 ENVIRONMENTAL HUMANITIES (3)
HUM 175H ENVIRONMENTAL HUMANITIES-HONORS (3)
HUM 373 NATURE AND VALUES (3)
JLS 335W ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING TOPICS (3)
ME 535 WIND ENERGY ENGINEERING (3)
ME 451 RENEWABLE ENERGY (3)
ME 454 FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS (3)
PRM 531 RECREATION ECOLOGY AND PHYSICAL IMPACT ANALYSIS (3)
PRM 211 LEAVE NO TRACE (1)
PRM 300 ECOTOURISM (3)
PRM 401 NATURAL RESOURCES PROTECTION (3)
PRM 411 LEAVE-NO-TRACE MASTER EDUCATOR CERTIFICATION (3)
PRM 446 PROTECTED AREA MANAGEMENT (3)
PHI 331 ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS (3)
PHI 331H ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS - HONORS (3)
GSP 276 PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM (3)
GSP 276 PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM (3)
GSP 402 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS (3)
POS 658 TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS (3)
POS 683 TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLICY STUDIES (3)
POS 344 ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENTS (3)
POS 347 ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS OF THE COLORADO PLATEAU (3)
POS 345 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW (3)
POS 359 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY (3)
POS 455 POLITICAL ECOLOGY (3)
POS 456 TOPICS IN GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS (3)
PSY 411 CONSERVATION PSYCHOLOGY: PSYCHOLOGY FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE (3)
REL 391 RELIGION, NATURE, AND THE ENVIRONMENT (3)
SCM 526 ECOSYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENTS (1)
SBS 101 THE GLOBAL VILLAGE (3)
SOC 633 ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY (3)
SOC 319 POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT (3)
SOC 319W POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT (3)
SOC 333 ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY (3)
SOC 334 SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNITY
SOC 444 ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL CHANGE (3)
SUS 587 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR (1-3)
SUS 588 PROSPECTUS DEVELOPMENT (1)
SUS 599 CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS (1-3)
SUS 601 VISIONS OF GOOD AND SUSTAINABLE SOCIETIES: SELF, OTHER AND COMMUNITY (3)
SUS 602 VISIONS OF GOOD AND SUSTAINABLE SOCIETIES: COMMUNITY, TECHNOLOGY AND VALUES (3)
SUS 608 FIELDWORK EXPERIENCE (1-12)
SUS 689 FINAL INTEGRATIVE PROJECT (1-9)
SUS 695 ELEMENTS OF SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES: THEORY AND PRACTICE (3)
SUS 697 INDEPENDENT STUDY (1-3)


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