|Submission Date||Feb. 20, 2013|
University of North Carolina, Greensboro
ER-9: Sustainability Learning Outcomes
The number of graduates covered by the sustainability learning outcomes:
Total number of graduates :
A list of degree programs that have sustainability learning outcomes:
African American Studies
Women's and Gender Studies
The website URL where the publicly available sustainability course inventory that includes a list of degree programs that have specified sustainability learning outcomes is available:
A copy of the sustainability course inventory :
A list or sample of the sustainability learning outcomes associated with the degree programs:
a. Global & environmental impact of commerce, re-distribution of resources, population growth.
a: Positive and negative impacts of science on technology, society, and the natural world.
b. Ethical and societal implications of scientific approaches.
a. Identify nutrition misinformation and establish guidelines for alternative food ways.
b. Hazards of food supply.
These results are based on a faculty survey developed and administered by Dr. Anna Marshall-Baker. For 2009-10 (latest data available).
Note that the course inventory data are from 2011. Once the definition of sustainability in academics (Credit ER-5 Pt. 1) has been officially adopted via the CAP approval process, the inventory will be updated.
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