Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 48.57
Liaison James Gordon
Submission Date Dec. 19, 2011
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Thompson Rivers University
ER-6: Sustainability-Focused Courses

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 2.58 / 10.00 Andrew Pillar
Research Analyst
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The number of sustainability-focused courses offered :
97

The total number of courses offered :
3,755

Number of years covered by the data:
Three

A list of sustainability-focused courses offered:

ADVG 1010 The Adventure Tourism Industry
ADVG 2010 The Natural Environment
ADVG 2830 International Expedition Planning and Leadership
ADVG 4030 Contemporary Perspectives in the Eco and Adventure Industry
ADVG 4090 International Adventure Tourism Community Development
AGSC 2200 Food Systems at a Local Level and Beyond
BBUS 4459 Urban and Regional Economics
BBUS 4469 Local Government Land Use Planning
BBUS 4541 International Business
BIOL 1040 Biology of the Environment
BIOL 1210 Principles of Biology 2
BIOL 3021 Community and Ecosystem Ecology
BIOL 3210 Microbial Ecology
BIOL 3430 Plants and People
BIOL 3431 Plants and Society
BIOL 4160 Principles of Conservation Biology
BIOL 4260 Plant Ecology
CHEM 3010 Aqueous Environmental Chemistry
CHEM 3020 Atmospheric Environmental Chemistry
ECON 2430 Global and Canadian Economic Issues
ECON 2600 The Economy of British Columbia
ECON 3710 Economics of the Environment
ECON 3730 Forestry Economics
ECON 3740 Land Use
ECON 3990 Economics of Climate Change
ECON 4720 Sustainable Economic Development
ENVR 3119 Principles and Concepts of Ecological Restoration
ENVR 3139 Biodiversity and Conservation Biology
ENVR 3149 Ethical, Legal, and Policy Aspects of Environmental Restoration
ENVR 3329 Selection and Propagation of Native Plants
ENVS 3991 Environmental Studies: Sustainability
ENVS 4019 Design Principles for Natural Processes
ENVS 5000 Environmental Sciences: Topics and Case Studies
FRST 3053 Silviculture 1
GEOG 1120 Earth's Land and Waters (Geomorphology)
GEOG 1190 Intro to Human Geography: Geographical Change in the Modernizing World
GEOG 1191 Introduction to Human Geography 1: People and the Environment
GEOG 1200 Introduction to Human Geography: Themes in Geographical Change
GEOG 1220 Climatology and Biogeography
GEOG 2050 Introduction to Hydrology
GEOG 2100 Human Interaction with the Natural Environment
GEOG 2120 Geography in an Urban World
GEOG 3040 Environmental Climatology and Meteorology
GEOG 3050 Physical Hydrology
GEOG 3070 Biogeography
GEOG 3100 Environment and Resources
GEOG 3630 The Geography of Resource Industries
GEOG 3991 Global Climate Change and Regional Impacts
GEOG 4230 Attitudes Towards the Environment
GEOG 4800 Environmental Issues and Policies
GEOG 4990 Advances in Hydrology
HART 4929 Building Community Relationships
HIST 3991 Environmental History
HLSC 2550 Health Science 3: Introduction to Pathophysiology
HLSC 2650 Health Science 4: Pathophysiology
HLSC 3550 Health Science 5: Advanced Pathophysiology
HORT 1500 Basic Horticulture
HUMN 3991 Issues in Science and Society
NRSC 1110 The Science and Management of Natural Resources
NRSC 2000 Introduction to the Study of Soils
NRSC 2100 Forest Ecology and Silvics 1
NRSC 3200 Silviculture
NRSC 3210 Range Management
NRSC 4020 Natural Resource Entomology
NRSC 4040 Wildlife Management and Conservation 1: Theory and Principles
NRSC 4050 Wildlife Management and Conservation 2: Practice and Application
NRSC 4100 Fisheries Management
NRSC 4110 Watershed Management
NRSC 4140 Natural Resource Policy and Planning
NRSC 4250 Tropical Field Studies in Natural Resources
NURS 3500 Health 4: Health Promotion and Community Empowerment
PHIL 4350 Environmental Ethics
PHYS 1010 Physics for Future Leaders
SCDE 2019 Introduction to Sustainable Community Development
SCDE 3019 Sustainable Community Development Theory and Practice
SCDE 4019 Social Enterprise for Sustainable Community Development
SCDE 4039 Leadership in Sustainable Community Development
SCDE 4109 Special Topics in Sustainable Community Development
SOCI 2620 Sociology of the Environment
SOCI 3169 Tourism and Social Policy
SOCI 3459 Race, Immigration, and the Canadian State
SOCI 3600 Sociology and Natural Resources
SOCI 3620 Food Security in a Global Setting
SOCW 4800 International Social Work
TMGT 2610 Environmental Issues in the Tourism Industry
TMGT 3010 Community and Cultural Issues in Tourism
TMGT 3040 Land Use Management and Tourism
TMGT 4040 Tourism and Sustainable Development
TMGT 4160 Tourism in a Global Environment
WTTP 1171 Environmental Legislation
WTTP 1701 Water Sources
WTTP 1711 Water Treatment I
WTTP 1851 Water Treatment II
WTTP 2141 Slow and Rapid Sand Filtration
WTTP 2171 Basic Principles of Disinfection
WTTP 2721 Advanced Coagulation and Particle Removal
WTTP 2801 Microbiology and Toxicology


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