Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 49.07
Liaison Eva Rocke
Submission Date March 21, 2014
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University of Montana
ER-7: Sustainability-Related Courses

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 1.10 / 10.00 Madeleine Jones
ASUM Sustainability Coordinator
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The number of sustainability-related courses offered :
71

The total number of courses offered :
2,146

Number of years covered by the data:
One

A list of sustainability-related courses offered:

Food & Culture (ANTH 133), Topics in Sustainability (MBA 645), Business Ethics & Social Responsibility (BGEN 320e), Roman Culture & Civilization (CLAS 392), Climate Change Internship (CCS 392), Communication & Technology (COMM 422), Language & Learning Disorders in Young Children (CSD 550), Language Disorders (CSD 360), Ethics & Professional Development (COUN 615), Baking & Pastry (CULA 165), Culinary Arts Capstone (CULA 299), Dining Room Procedures (CULA 156), Introduction to Food Service (CULA 101), Meats & Vegetables (CULA 161), Nutritional Cooking (CULA 210), Pantry and Garde-Manager (CULA 157), Patisserie (CULA 275), Purchasing & Cost Controls (CULA 270), Short Order Cookery (CULA 158), Soups, Stocks, & Sauces (CULA 160), Applied Ecology (ENSC 360), Environmental Impact Analysis (ENSC 560), Pollution Ecology (ENSC 550), Watershed Conservation Ecology (ENSC 540), Environmental Law (ENST 382), Environmental Law for Non-Lawyers (ENST 502), Environmental Politics & Policy (ENST 367), Literature of Nature Writing (ENST 505), Philosophy of Ecology (EVST/PHIL 504), Africa (GPHY 243x), Cultural Ecology (GPHY 433), Environmental Planning (GPHY 466), Environmental Hazards & Planning (GPHY 435), Exploration & Discovery (GPHY 432), Field Techniques (GPHY 385), Food and Famine (GPHY 434), Gender & International Development (GPHY 500), Geography of World Religions (GPHY 141S), High Asia (GPHY 444), Intro to Human Geography (GPHY 121S), Montana's Mountains (GPHY 144), Mountains & Society (GPHY 338), Planning Design (GPHY 564), Planning Principles and Processes (GPHY 465), Sustainable Cities (GPHY 421), The Middle East (GPHY 336), The Human Role in Environmental Change (GPHY 432), Water Policy (GPHY 335), Regionalism & the Rocky Mountain West (HSTR 462), Land Use Planning (LAW 687), Water Law (LAW 663), Imagining Sustainability in American Culture (LIT 494), Literature & the Environment (LIT 373), Principles of Marketing (BMKT 325), Climate & Society (NRSM 426), History of Ancient & Medieval Philosophy (PHIL 261), History of Modern Philosophy (PHIL 263), Philosophy of Ecology (EVST/PHIL 504), Philosophy Forum Colloquium (PHIL 510), Philosophy of Language (PHIL 471), Philosophy of Society & Culture (PHIL 477), Development Administration (PSCI 463), Recreation Planning (PTRM 485), Tourism Livelihoods & Sustainability in the Himalayas (PTRM 353), Capstone in Rural Sociology (SOCI 470), Population & Society (SOCI 355), Intro to Development (SOCI 270), Advanced Conversations (SPNS 321), Elementary Spanish (SPNS 101), Elementary Spanish II (SPNS 102), Introduction to Writing (WRIT 101)


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