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Submission Date Feb. 3, 2012
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University of Kentucky
ER-7: Sustainability-Related Courses

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Complete Expired Shane Tedder Tedder
Sustainability Coordinator
Facilities
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The number of sustainability-related courses offered :
267

The total number of courses offered :
4000

Number of years covered by the data:
One

A list of sustainability-related courses offered:

Course Title
AAS 235 INEQUALITIES IN SOCIETY
#GEO 135 GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE
GEO 714 POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY: (Subtitle required).
PHI 516 CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY: PHENOMENOLOGICAL DIRECTIONS
*PHI 519 CRITICAL SOCIAL THOUGHT.
*PHI 530 ETHICAL THEORY
*PHI 535 SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY.
PHR 222 DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND SOCIETY
PHY 120 HOW THINGS WORK
PLS 386 PLANT PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
PLS 396 SOIL JUDGING
PLS 510 FORAGE MANAGEMENT AND UTILIZATION
PLS 640 IDENTIFICATION OF PLANT DISEASES
PLS 396 SOIL JUDGING
PLS 406 ADVANCED SOIL JUDGING
PLS 440 PLANT PROPAGATION
PS 480G GOVERNMENT AND THE ECONOMY
RM 545 RADIATION HAZARDS AND PROTECTION.
SOC 335 SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER
SOC 420 SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNITIES
SOC 440 COMMUNITY PROCESSES AND COMMUNICATION
SOC 444 TOPICS IN POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY (Subtitle required)
SOC 543 ADVANCED TOPICS IN POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY (Subtitle required)
SOC 635 SEMINAR IN SOCIAL INEQUALITIES.
SPA 454 COLONIALISM AND 19TH CENTURY SPANISH-AMERICAN STUDIES (Subtitle required)
ST 600 MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES IN SOCIAL THEORY (Subtitle required).
PLS 210 THE LIFE PROCESSES OF PLANTS.
AAS 328 GEOGRAPHY OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
AAS 336 GEOGRAPHY OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA.
AAS 433 TOPICS IN SOCIAL INEQUALITIES (Subtitle required).
AAS 635 SEMINAR IN SOCIAL INEQUALITIES
AAS 720 SOCIAL WORK PERSPECTIVES ON HUMAN AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY
AEC 101 THE ECONOMICS OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
AEC 201 INTRODUCTION TO FARM AND NATURAL RESOURCE FINANCE
AEC 324 AGRICULTURAL LAW
AEC 424 PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
AEC 445G INTRODUCTION TO RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS.
AEC 471 INTERNATIONAL TRADE
AEC 479 PUBLIC ECONOMICS
AEC 510 INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND AGRICULTURAL MARKETING.
AEC 532 AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD POLICY
AEC 545 RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
AEC 626 AGRICULTURE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
AEC 645 NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS
AEC 691 STRUCTURE OF U.S. AGRICULTURE
AEN 462 RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL IRRIGATION DESIGN
ANT 245 FOOD CULTURE AND SOCIETY
ANT 320 ANDEAN CIVILIZATION
ANT 328 THE ANCIENT MAYA
ANT 338 ECONOMIC ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 340 DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE IN THE THIRD WORLD.
ANT 375 ECOLOGY AND SOCIAL PRACTICE
ANT 433 SOCIAL ORGANIZATION
ANT 534 SOCIOLOGY OF APPALACHIA.
ANT 637 SOCIOCULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
ANT 603 HUMAN BIOLOGY IN CONTEXT OF SOCIOCULTURAL CHANGE
ANT 637 SOCIOCULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
ANT 640 SCIENCE, AGRICULTURE, AND DEVELOPMENT
ANT 641 GENDER ISSUES IN DEVELOPMENT
*ANT 652 HOUSEHOLD, COMMUNITY, AND DEMOGRAPHIC ARCHAEOLOGY
ANT 653 PREHISTORIC ECONOMICS
ANT 731 SEMINAR IN SOCIAL AND POLITICAL DYNAMICS
ANT 732 SEMINAR IN ECOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 734 SEMINAR IN ECONOMIC ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 736 CULTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
ANT 774 FOOD AND FOOD SECURITY IN A CHANGING WORLD
ANT 775 CULTURES AND POLITICS OF REPRODUCTION
ARC 332 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS I
ARC 333 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS II
ARC 354 DESIGN STUDIO IV
ARC 355 DESIGN STUDIO V
ARC 632 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS
ARC 750 DESIGN STUDIO X
ARC 834 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS I.
ARC 836 BUILDING SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
ARC 868 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO VI: A PIECE OF THE CITY
*B&E 327 LARGER WORLD ISSUES IN BUSINESS
BAE 504 BIOFUELS PRODUCTION AND PROPERTIES
BIO 102 HUMAN ECOLOGY
*BIO 325 ECOLOGY.
BSC 774 FOOD AND FOOD SECURITY IN A CHANGING WORLD.
CE 221 APPLIED UNCERTAINTY AND RISK ANALYSIS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
CE 351 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING.
CE 399 TOPICS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (Subtitle required).
CE 672 LANDFILL DESIGN
CLD 102 THE DYNAMICS OF RURAL SOCIAL LIFE.
*CLD 360 ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY
CLD 517 RURAL SOCIOLOGY
CLD 534 SOCIOLOGY OF APPALACHIA.
CLD 640 SCIENCE, AGRICULTURE, AND DEVELOPMENT
DIP 735 ENERGY SECURITY
*ECO 101 CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC ISSUES
*ECO 202 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II.
ECO 473G ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ECO 674 AGRICULTURE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ECO 721 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS, REGULATION AND POLICY
ECO 724 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
ECO 721 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS, REGULATION AND POLICY
ECO 724 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
ECO 753 URBAN AND REGIONAL ECONOMICS
ENS 300 SPECIAL TOPICS (Subtitle required).
ENS 395 INDEPENDENT WORK
ENS 400 SENIOR SEMINAR (Subtitle required).
ENT 530 INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT
ENT 680 BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
EPE 678 ECONOMICS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
ES 610 ENGINEERING AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
ES 620 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
ES 630 LEGAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SCIENCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
FOR 101 INTRODUCTION TO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
FOR 110 NATURAL RESOURCE ISSUES
FOR 205 FOREST AND WILDLAND SOILS AND LANDSCAPES.
FOR 230 CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
FOR 240 FORESTRY AND NATURAL RESOURCE ETHICS
FOR 260 FOREST PRODUCTS AND WOOD SCIENCE
#FOR 320 FOREST VALUATION AND ECONOMICS
FOR 325 ECONOMIC BOTANY: PLANTS AND HUMAN AFFAIRS.
*FOR 340 FOREST ECOLOGY
*FOR 350 SILVICULTURE.
#FOR 355 FOREST FIRE CONTROL AND USE
FOR 480 INTEGRATED FOREST RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
FOR 599 INDEPENDENT WORK IN FORESTRY.
*GEN 100 ISSUES IN AGRICULTURE
"GEN 200 ISSUES IN AGRICULTURE: CONTEMPORARY
PROBLEMS IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES"
GEN 501 AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS.
GEO 152 REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE WORLD
*GEO 160 LANDS AND PEOPLES OF THE NON-WESTERN WORLD
*GEO 162 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES.
#GEO 163 GLOBAL CONFLICTS
GEO 235 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND POLICY
GEO 240 GEOGRAPHY AND GENDER.
GEO 321 LAND, PEOPLE, AND DEVELOPMENT IN APPALACHIA
GEO 322 GEOGRAPHY OF KENTUCKY
GEO 324 GEOGRAPHY OF CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
GEO 329 GEOGRAPHY OF THE FORMER SOVIET UNION
GEO 330 GEOGRAPHY OF THE INDIAN SUBCONTINENT
GEO 331 GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE
GEO 332 GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
GEO 333 GEOGRAPHY OF EAST ASIA.
GEO 334 ENVIRONMENT, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY OF JAPAN.
GEO 336 GEOGRAPHY OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
GEO 365 SPECIAL TOPICS IN REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (Subtitle required).
GEO 415 MAP INTERPRETATION
GEO 422 URBAN GEOGRAPHY
GEO 430G PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY FOR TEACHERS
GEO 431 POLITICAL ECOLOGY
GEO 452G WORLD GEOGRAPHY FOR TEACHERS.
GEO 455 ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
GEO 470G AMERICA’S CULTURAL GEOGRAPHIES.
GEO 490G AMERICAN LANDSCAPES
GEO 530 BIOGEOGRAPHY AND CONSERVATION
GEO 531 LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
GEO 544 HUMAN POPULATION DYNAMICS
GEO 545 TRANSPORTATION GEOGRAPHY
GEO 546 TOURISM AND RECREATION GEOGRAPHY
"GEO 550 SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT."
GEO 551 JAPANESE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS
GEO 655 SPECIAL STUDY OF SYSTEMATIC GEOGRAPHY
GEO 702 CONCEPTS IN GEOGRAPHY
GEO 706 ADVANCED FIELD STUDIES (Subtitle Required).
GEO 711 CULTURAL STUDIES AND GEOGRAPHY (Subtitle required).
GEO 712 DEVELOPMENT STUDIES AND GEOGRAPHY (Subtitle required).
GEO 713 ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY: (Subtitle required).GEO 713 ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY: (Subtitle required).
GEO 717 URBAN GEOGRAPHY (Subtitle required).
GEO 720 REGIONAL STUDIES (Subtitle required)
GEO 722 SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY (Subtitle required).
GLY 110 ENDANGERED PLANET: AN INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
GLY 120 SUSTAINABLE PLANET: THE GEOLOGY OF NATURAL RESOURCES
#GLY 185 QUANTIFYING THE BLUEGRASS WATER SUPPLY
GLY 210 HABITABLE PLANET: EVOLUTION OF THE EARTH SYSTEM.
GLY 385 HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES
GLY 511 PETROLEUM GEOLOGY
HA 652 PUBLIC POLICY ECONOMICS
#HIS 112 THE MAKING OF MODERN KENTUCKY
HIS 578 HISTORY OF THE OLD SOUTH.
HMT 360 TOURISM PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT.
HON 131 SPACE, PLACE, AND CULTURE: AN INTRODUCTION.
HP 616 PRESERVATION DESIGN STUDIO.
#ID 121 INTERIOR DESIGN, PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING I
#ID 122 INTERIOR DESIGN, PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING II
#ID 161 HISTORY AND THEORY OF INTERIOR ENVIRONMENTS I.
#ID 162 HISTORY AND THEORY OF INTERIOR ENVIRONMENTS II.
*ID 234 ENVIRONMENTAL THEORY
JPN 551 JAPANESE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS.
LA 858 REGIONAL LAND USE PLANNING SYSTEMS
LA 959 ADVANCED REGIONAL LAND USE PLANNING APPLICATIONS
LAW 898 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
LAW 923 INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
LAW 924 INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW.
LAW 963 JOURNAL OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
#LAW 976 KENTUCKY ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT CABINET EXTERNSHIP
MAT 414 MERCHANDISING STRATEGY ANALYSIS
MAT 425 ECONOMICS OF MERCHANDISE SOURCING.
MAT 522 HISTORY OF TEXTILES.
MGT 340 ETHICAL AND REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT
MGT 610 GLOBAL MANAGEMENT
*NRE 301 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE.
*NRE 320 NATURAL RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS"
*NRE 381 NATURAL RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ANALYSIS.
*NRE 395 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
"*NRE 399 EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION IN NATURAL RESOURCES
AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE."
*NRE 545 RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS.
PA 653 LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
PA 727 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS, REGULATION AND POLICY
PHI 130 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY: MORALITY AND SOCIETY.
PHI 310 PHILOSOPHY OF HUMAN NATURE.
PHI 336 ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
*PHI 561 PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES (Subtitle required).
PLS 210 THE LIFE PROCESSES OF PLANTS.
PLS 455G WETLAND DELINEATION
PLS 456G CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS.
PLS 502 ECOLOGY OF ECONOMIC PLANTS
PLS 602 PRINCIPLES OF YIELD PHYSIOLOGY
PLS 502 ECOLOGY OF ECONOMIC PLANTS
PLS 100 AN INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURE PROFESSIONS
PLS 320 WOODY HORTICULTURAL PLANTS
PS 212 CULTURE AND POLITICS IN THE THIRD WORLD
PS 427G EAST EUROPEAN POLITICS
PS 433G POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
PS 437G DYNAMICS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW.
PS 442G MODERN POLITICAL THEORY
PS 733 INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
PS 737 TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PROCESSES
SAG 101 INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
SAG 201 CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON SUSTAINABILITY
SAG 395 RESEARCH IN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
SAG 397 APPRENTICESHIP IN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
SAG 490 INTEGRATION OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE PRINCIPLES
SOC 101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
SOC 235 INEQUALITIES IN SOCIETY.
SOC 343 POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY
*SOC 360 ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY
SOC 517 RURAL SOCIOLOGY.
SOC 534 SOCIOLOGY OF APPALACHIA
SOC 637 SOCIOCULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SOC 640 SCIENCE, AGRICULTURE, AND DEVELOPMENT
SOC 641 GENDER ISSUES IN DEVELOPMENT.
SOC 646 SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND SOCIAL CHANGE
SOC 675 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATIONS
SOC 685 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT THEORY AND PRACTICE.
SOC 691 STRUCTURE OF U.S. AGRICULTURE
SOC 737 CULTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
SOC 790 RESEARCH IN RURAL SOCIOLOGY
EDL 702 LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS II.
#ENG 191 LITERATURE AND THE ARTS OF CITIZENSHIP.
ENT 550 SPIDER ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR
ENT 625 INSECT-PLANT RELATIONSHIPS
ES 600 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS SEMINAR
FOR 150 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN NATURAL RESOURCE PROFESSIONS
#FOR 357 INVENTORY AND MEASUREMENTS II.
FOR 609 POPULATION AND COMMUNITY ECOLOGY.
FOR 630 WILDLIFE HABITAT ANALYSIS
GLY 430 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOHYDROLOGY.
GRN 774 PUBLIC POLICY AND AGING
HES 400 CONCEPTS IN HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES: INTEGRATION AND APPLICATION.
GEO 712 DEVELOPMENT STUDIES AND GEOGRAPHY (Subtitle required)
HMT 360 TOURISM PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
ID 122 INTERIOR DESIGN, PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING I"
ID 321 INTERIOR DESIGN INTEGRATED STUDI
ID 365 INTERIOR DESIGN FINISH MATERIALS
ID 370 VERTICAL STUDIO
MFS 681 SUSTAINABLE QUALITY SYSTEMS DESIGN"
PLS 103 PLANTS, SOILS, AND PEOPLE: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
HIS 621 READINGS IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE, 1450-1648
FAM 402 ISSUES IN FAMILY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


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