|Submission Date||March 3, 2022|
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
AC-1: Academic Courses
|12.97 / 14.00||
Figures required to calculate the percentage of courses offered by the institution that are sustainability course offerings:
|Total number of courses offered by the institution||1,414||233|
|Number of sustainability-focused courses offered||104||33|
|Number of sustainability-inclusive courses offered||172||42|
Percentage of courses that are sustainability course offerings:
Total number of academic departments that offer courses:
Number of academic departments with sustainability course offerings:
Percentage of academic departments with sustainability course offerings:
A copy of the institution’s inventory of its sustainability course offerings and descriptions:
Do the figures reported above cover one, two, or three academic years?:
A brief description of the methodology used to complete the course inventory :
A review of the course catalog descriptions was conducted. In addition, all the courses deemed to fulfill the General Education requirement for a sustainability related course were included.
How were courses with multiple offerings or sections counted for the figures reported above?:
A brief description of how courses with multiple offerings or sections were counted:
Each course was counted once, regardless of the number of sections offered.
Website URL where information about the sustainability course offerings is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
UW-Green Bay is structured around an interdisciplinary framework and does not have typical "departments". Our academic budgetary units have control over resources and the responsibility to deliver the curriculum. Disciplinary units like Economics, Biology, Political Science, etc., do not have that kind of structural existence. While a major may exist in a given discipline, it fits within one of the 13 budgetary units and not in an independent department.
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