Overall Rating Bronze
Overall Score 33.31
Liaison Katherine Straub
Submission Date Feb. 21, 2018
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STARS v2.1

Susquehanna University
AC-3: Undergraduate Program

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 3.00 / 3.00 Katherine Straub
Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
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Does the institution offer at least one sustainability-focused major, degree program, or the equivalent for undergraduate students (I.e. an interdisciplinary academic program that concentrates on sustainability as an integrated concept)?:
Yes

Name of the sustainability-focused undergraduate degree program:
Environmental Studies

A brief description of the undergraduate degree program:

The Environmental Studies (B.A.) major is an interdisciplinary major that includes courses on environmental science, sustainable energy, climate change, environmental ethics, environmental writing, and public policy.


The website URL for the undergraduate degree program:
Name of the sustainability-focused, undergraduate degree program (2nd program):
Earth and Environmental Sciences

A brief description of the undergraduate degree program (2nd program):

The Earth and Environmental Sciences (B.S.) major includes courses on environmental science, natural hazards, water resources, climate change, wetland delineation, sustainable energy, and water chemistry.


The website URL for the undergraduate degree program (2nd program):
Name of the sustainability-focused, undergraduate degree program (3rd program):
Ecology

A brief description of the undergraduate degree program (3rd program):

The Ecology (B.S.) major includes courses on ecological systems, biogeodiversity, and ecology-related electives in the Biology and Earth and Environmental Sciences departments.


The website URL for the undergraduate degree program (3rd program):
The name and website URLs of all other sustainability-focused, undergraduate degree program(s):
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Does the institution offer one or more sustainability-focused minors, concentrations or certificates for undergraduate students?:
Yes

Name of the sustainability-focused undergraduate minor, concentration or certificate:
Environmental Studies

A brief description of the undergraduate minor, concentration or certificate:

The Environmental Studies (B.A.) minor is an interdisciplinary minor that includes courses on environmental science, sustainable energy, climate change, environmental ethics, environmental writing, and public policy. The minor requires 24 credits (6 courses).


The website URL for the undergraduate minor, concentration or certificate:
Name of the sustainability-focused undergraduate minor, concentration or certificate (2nd program):
Earth and Environmental Sciences

A brief description of the undergraduate minor, concentration or certificate (2nd program):

The Earth and Environmental Sciences (B.S.) minor is 20 credits (5 courses) and includes courses on environmental science, natural hazards, water resources, climate change, wetland delineation, sustainable energy, and water chemistry.


The website URL for the undergraduate minor, concentration or certificate (2nd program):
Name of the sustainability-focused undergraduate minor, concentration or certificate (3rd program):
Ecology

A brief description of the undergraduate minor, concentration or certificate (3rd program):

The Ecology (B.S.) minor includes courses on ecological systems, biogeodiversity, and ecology-related electives in the Biology and Earth and Environmental Sciences departments. It requires 24 credits (6 courses).


The website URL for the undergraduate minor, concentration or certificate (3rd program):
The name and website URLs of all other sustainability-focused undergraduate minors, concentrations and certificates:
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Additional documentation to support the submission:
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