Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 58.86
Liaison Jonathan Rausseo
Submission Date April 10, 2013
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University of Ottawa
ER-7: Sustainability-Related Courses

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 1.25 / 10.00 Jonathan Rausseo
campus sustainability manager
physical resources service
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The number of sustainability-related courses offered :

The total number of courses offered :

Number of years covered by the data:
Two

A list of sustainability-related courses offered:
Canadian Studies • CDN 4100 Contemporary Issues in Canada Communications • CMN 2170 New Media Aboriginal Studies: • EAS 4102 Contemporary Indigenous Political Thought Environmental Studies: • ENV 1101 Global Environnemental Challenges • ENV 2301 History of Environmental Thought • ENV 3101 Legal Context of Environmental Issues • ENV 3321 Geographical Approaches to Environmental Issues • ENV 4111 Selected Topics in Natural Environment • ENV 4112 Selected Topics in Society and the Environment • ENV 4118 Environmental Impact Assessment • ENV 4303 Urbanization and Environment in Developing Regions • ENV 4910 Recherche sur le terrain / Field Study Course • ENV 4920 Séminaire de recherche en études de l'environnement / Research Seminar in Environmental Studies • ENV 4999 Volontariat en environnement / Environmental Volunteer Work English: • ENG 2141 Literature and the Environment -15 Geography: • GEG 1301 The Physical Environment • GEG 1302 Places and Spaces of Human Activity • GEG 2108 Contested Places • GEG 3106 Cities and Social Change • GEG 3302 Natural Resource Management • GEG 3303 Health Geography • GEG 3305 Geographies of Globalization • GEG 3315 Geography of Latin America • GEG 3320 Geography of Tourism • GEG 3321 Geographical Approaches to Environmental Issues • GEG 4118 Environmental Impact Assessment • GEG 4121 Applications of GIS in Natural and Social Sciences • GEG 4125 Geographies of Transnational Migration and Settlement • GEG 4127 Seminar in Human Geography • GEG 4128 Places and Landscapes of the North American City • GEG 4129 Global Climate Change • GEG 4303 Urbanization and Environment in Developing Regions • GEG 4311 Political Geography • GEG 4920 Camp d'automne de géographie humaine / Human Geography Field -34 History: • HIS 2129 Technology, Society and Environment since 1800 • HIS 2182 Women in Canada • HIS 2307 History of the Native Peoples in Canada, from the origins to the present Philosophy : • PHI 2398 Environmental Ethics Religious Studies: • SRS 2116 Religions and Human Rights • SRS 2172 Religion, Nature and Ecology • SRS 2191 Sociology of Religion • SRS 2211 Women and Religions • SRS 3165 Gender and Religion Law Common Law: • CML 2301 Aboriginal Peoples and the Law • CML 2317 Advanced problems in Canadian Federalism • CML 3112 Theory and Practice of Social Justice Law • CML 3125 National Aboriginal Law Moot: Kawaskimhon "Speaking With Knowledge" • CML 3135 International Law and Developing Countries • CML 3136 Disability Rights • CML 3137 Critical Race Theory • CML 3145 Animals and the Law • CML 3148 Toxic Tort Law • CML 3150 Race, Racism and the Law • CML 3161 International Environmental Law • CML 3162 Studies in Aboriginal Law • CML 3180 Environmental Law Clinic • CML 3181 Sexuality, Gender and the Law • CML 3182 Water Law • CML 3183 Women and the Legal Profession • CML 3203 Municipal Planning and the Law • CML 3250 Advanced Clinical Course in Community Law • CML 3342 Feminist Theory and Law • CML 3343 Poverty and the Law • CML 3369 Environmental Law • CML 3380 Women and the Law • CML 3393 Lesbian and Gay Legal Issues • CML 3397 Immigration and Refugee Law • CML 3398 Human Rights Laws in Canada • CML 3399 Human Rights (International Protection) • CML 4116 Advanced Refugee Law • CML 4117 Protection of Civilians in International Law • CML 4130 Natural Resources Law • CML 4131 Multicultural Rights in Liberal Democracies • CML 4132 International Humanitarian Law • CML 4134 Studies in Environmental Law • CML 4150 Globalization and Law • CML 4162 Advanced Aboriginal Law • CML 4163 Comparative Indigenous Rights • CML 4382 Feminist Legal Issues -79 Civil Law (Cerftificate) • DCC 2120 Law and Social Justice • DCC 2304 Introduction to International Women's Rights Law • DCC 3107 Environmental Law • DCC 3110 Inter American System of Human Rights • DCC 4113 Society, Technology and the Law • DCC 4122 Environment and Human Rights- 85 Engineering Civil Engineering: • CVG 1107 Civil Engineering Graphics and Seminars • CVG 2132 Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering • CVG 3132 Physical / Chemical Unit Operations of Water and Wastewater Treatment • CVG 4113 Hydraulics of Water Supply and Sewer Systems • CVG 4130 Advanced Environmental Engineering • CVG 4132 Hazardous Waste Management • CVG 4133 Solid Waste Management • CVG 4188 Special Topics in Environmental Engineering I • CVG 4189 Special Topics in Environmental Engineering II • CVG 4301 Waste Geotechnique Chemical Engineering: • CHG 3122 Chemical Engineering Practice • CHG 4302 Environmental Biotechnology • CHG 4307 Clean Processes and Sustainable Development • CHG 4385 Adsorption Seperations for Envitronmental Applications -99 Electrical Engineering: • ELG 2911 Pratique professionnelle en ingénierie et technologie de l'information / Professional Practice in Information Technology and Engineering • ELG 4126 Sustainable Electrical Power Systems Software Engineering; • SEG 2911 Pratique de la profession d'ingénieur logiciel / Professional Software Engineering Practice Mechanical Engineering: • MCG 4340 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory Health Sciences Leisure Studies: • LSR 2121 Recreation and Environmental Quality • LSR 3105 Recreation Resources Conservation Human Kinetics : • APA 1122 Health: A Global Perspective • APA 3142 Sociology of Health in Canada Health Sciences: • HSS 1101 Determinants of Health • HSS 2321 Sociopolitical and Economic Perspectives in Health • HSS 3303 Environment and Health • HSS 4933 International Health Fieldwork • HSS 4934 Canadian Health Fieldwork -113 Science Biology • BIO 2129 Ecology • BIO 3115 Conservation Biology • BIO 3117 Ecosystem Ecology • BIO 3154 Population and Community Ecology • BIO 4101 Pesticides and the Environment • BIO 4150 Spatial Ecology • BIO 4165 Plant Ecology • BIO 4180 Oceans and Human Health -121 Chemistry • CHM 1100 Chemistry and the Environment • CHM 2313 Environmental Chemistry • CHM 4129 Chemistry of Sustainable Energy Environmental Sciences • EVS 1101 Introdution to Environmental Science • EVS 3101 Environmental Issues • EVS 4009 Research Project Geology • GEO 1301 The Earth and How it works • GEO 2307 Environmental Geology • GEO 2166 Oceanography • GEO 2334 Quaternary Geology and Climate Change 131 General Science • SCI 1101 Science in Society Education • PED 3134 Social Justice and Global Education Social Sciences Anthropology • ANT 2113 Techniques, Cultures and Environments • ANT 3120 Applied Anthropology • ANT 3131 Economic Anthropology • ANT 3326 Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights, International Perspectives Criminology • CRM 3307 Women, Justice and Criminalization • CRM 3323 Globalization, Crime and Justice International Development Studies • DVM 2110 Health, Education, Perspectives in International Development 140 • DVM 3106 Women, Gender and Development • DVM 3135 Food Security and International Development • DVM 3140 Environmental Policies, Natural Resources Managment and Sustainable Development Conflict Studies and Human Rights • ECH 3310 Human Rights and Conflict Studies: Compared Perspectives • ECH 3330 Special Topics in Conflict Studies and Human Rights • ECH 3340 Social Inequities, International Agreements and Social Movements Economics • ECO 1104 Introduction to Microeconomics • ECO 1302 Contemporary Macroeconomic Issues • ECO 1304 Contemporary Microeconomic Issues • ECO 2111 Economics of Women's Issues 150 • ECO 2118 Introduction to the Economics of the Environment • ECO 2121 Economics of Globalization • ECO 4136 Economics of the Environment • ECO 4192 Economics of Natural Resources and Sustainability Women's Studies • FEM 2107 Diversity of Women: Gender, Race, Class and (Dis)ability • FEM 3106 Women and Development • FEM 3108 Indigenous Feminisms and Aboriginal Women's Issues Political Science • POL 1102 Politics of Globalization • POL 3126 Women and Politics • POL 3173 The Politics of Food 160 • POL 3175 Ecopolitics • POL 4123 Gender and International Relations • POL 4124 The Politics of Security • POL 4126 Contemporary Ecopolitics • POL 4157 Federalism and Public Policy in Canada • POL 4175 Politics, Social Movements and Globalization • POL 4190 Global Environmental Politics Sociology • SOC 2104 Women, Men, and Society • SOC 3105 Environmental Sociology • SOC 3140 Sociology in the United States 170 • SOC 4310 Globalization and the Environment • SOC 4314 Gender Relations, Development, and Globalization Social Sciences of Health • SSS 2110 Social Science Approaches to Health Issues Social Services • SVS 2125 Health and Social Inequity Telfer School of Management Administration • ADM 1100 / 1300 Introduction to Business Management • ADM 1101 / 1301 Social Context of Business • ADM 3318 International Business • ADM 3396 Corporate Social Responsibility 178

The website URL where the sustainability course inventory that includes a list of sustainability-related courses is posted:
A copy of the sustainability course inventory:
Data source(s) and notes about the submission:
Responsible party for ADM courses : Sylvie Séguin-Jak Directeur/Director Centre des services aux étudiants/Student Services Centre École de gestion TELFER Management School Pavillon Desmarais Hall 55 Laurier E (1101B) Ottawa Ontario K1N 6N5 www.telfer.uottawa.ca

Responsible party for ADM courses :

Sylvie Séguin-Jak
Directeur/Director
Centre des services aux étudiants/Student Services Centre
École de gestion TELFER Management School
Pavillon Desmarais Hall
55 Laurier E (1101B) Ottawa Ontario K1N 6N5
www.telfer.uottawa.ca

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