Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 48.57
Liaison James Gordon
Submission Date Dec. 19, 2011
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Thompson Rivers University
ER-7: Sustainability-Related Courses

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.88 / 10.00 Andrew Pillar
Research Analyst
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The number of sustainability-related courses offered :

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A list of sustainability-related courses offered:

ADVG 1020 Wilderness Travel
ANTH 2140 Canadian Native Peoples
ANTH 2600 Minorities in the Modern World
ANTH 3030 Ethnography of Special Areas: Central and Eastern Europe
ANTH 4040 Peoples and Cultures of the North American Arctic
ANTH 4050 Canadian Status/Treaty Indian Reserve Communities
APEC 1611 Introduction to First Nation Taxation
APEC 1651 Communications, Taxpayer Relations, and Dispute Resolution
APEC 1681 Capital Infrastructure and Debenture Financing
APEC 2641 Residential and Commercial Development on First Nation Lands
APEC 2651 Investment Facilitation on First Nation Lands
BBUS 3031 Business and Society
BBUS 4219 Financial Management
BBUS 4489 Local Government Financial Management
BBUS 4859 Contemporary Topics in Administration: Deliberation, Civic Engagement, and Public Policy
CMPT 4129 Human Side of Information Systems
CNST 3250 Quebec Cinema in Translation
CRIM 3129 Criminological Perspectives on Social Problems
CRIM 3149 Mental Disorder, Criminality, and the Law
CRIM 3329 Sociology of Law
CRIM 4029 Biological Explanations of Crime
CYCA 3819 Leadership, Advocacy and Policy for the Early Years
CYCA 4629 Perspectives on Substance Use in Child and Youth Care Practice
CYCA 4639 Substance Use: Prevention and Treatment Approaches in Child and Youth Care Practice
ECON 1951 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2631 Issues in Aboriginal Economics
ECON 2950 Intermediate Macroeconomics 1
ECON 3690 Community Economic Development
EDLL 3920 Innovative Language Teaching Practices for Aboriginal Language Classrooms
ENGL 4470 Studies in Aboriginal Literature (North American)
FILM 3250 Quebec Cinema in Translation
FNST 1019 The Cultures, Languages, and Origins of Canada’s First Peoples
FRST 3073 Forest Harvesting
GEOG 3200 Cultural Geography
GEOG 4850 Geography of First Nations Issues in British Columbia
GERO 4079 Nutrition and Aging
HART 4879 Heritage Resource Management
HART 4889 Caring for Collections
HART 4939 Curatorship: Contemporary Perspectives
HART 4949 Determining Significant Heritage Resources
HIST 2020 Native History of Canada (HUM/SS)
HIST 4050 Social and Cultural History of British Columbia
HLTH 1021 Nutrition for Health and Changing Lifestyles
HLTH 4011 Issues in Health Care
HORT 1520 Diseases and Insect Pests
HSRC 1000 Health: Lifestyle and Choices
HUMN 3011 History of Science
HUMN 3981 Issues in Latin American Studies
HUMS 1770 Introduction to First Nations Studies and Human Service Practice
KINE 1109 Human Nutrition: Current Issues
KINE 1119 Food and Food Safety
KINE 1409 Contemporary Health Issues
KINE 1439 Exercise: Health and Performance
KINE 2129 Food and Society
KINE 3109 Exercise/Work Physiology
KINE 3119 Applied Human Nutrition
NAST 0500 Introduction to First Nations Studies
NAST 0600 An Overview of Major Issues in First Nations Studies
NRSC 4030 Natural Resource Pathology
NRSC 4130 Fire Ecology and Management
NURS 1730 Health and Healing 1: Living Health
NURS 1830 Health and Healing 2: Health Indicators
NURS 4300 Health/Professional Growth: Nurses Influencing Change
NURS 4849 Nursing with Aboriginal Peoples in Canada
NURS 4889 Women’s Health
NURS 4899 Culture and Health
NURS 4959 Lived Experience of Health in Aging
PHED 1230 Conditioning
PHED 1439 Multidisciplinary Foundations of Physical Activity
PHED 2150 Exercise Physiology
PHED 3450 Contemporary Issues in Health and Physical Activity
PHED 4350 Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription
PHIL 1021 Introduction to Ethics, Political Philosophy, and Aesthetics
PHIL 2310 Health Care Ethics
PHIL 4330 Biomedical Ethics
PHIL 4920 Ethics and the Holocaust
POLI 1111 Canadian Government and Politics
POLI 2229 Introduction to Canadian Politics
POLI 2600 International Politics
POLI 3279 Globalization and the Canadian State
POLI 3991 Globalization and Its Discontents: The Politics of Economic Change
PSYC 3151 Developmental Psychology of Children
PSYC 3451 Adolescent Development
SOCI 1111 Introduction to Sociology I
SOCI 1211 Introduction to Sociology II
SOCI 1509 Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 2260 Medical Sociology
SOCI 2590 Deviance and Control
SOCI 3991 Sociology of Diversity: Issues for Canadians
SOCI 4221 The Social Construction of Crime and Deviance
SOCI 4301 Sociology of Families: Modern Family Life in Global Perspective
SOCI 4311 Sociology of the Family: Families in a Multicultural World
SOCI 4600 Globalization
SOCW 3540 An Introduction to First Nations Issues and Human Services
SOCW 3551 Human Development
SOCW 3590 Advanced Social Work Practice with Individuals
SOCW 4040 Ethical Practice in Aboriginal Communities
SOCW 4540 Aboriginal Decolonizing Social Work Practice
WOST 1019 Introduction to Women’s Issues in Canada

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