Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 48.22
Liaison Sarah Rykal
Submission Date July 25, 2013
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University of Wisconsin-Stout
ER-7: Sustainability-Related Courses

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 3.64 / 10.00 Leann Fay
STARS Graduate Assistant
Sustainability Office
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The number of sustainability-related courses offered :

The total number of courses offered :

Number of years covered by the data:

A list of sustainability-related courses offered:

Apparel and Communication Technologies Department
*ICT 309/509—Collaborative Computing
*GCM 141—Graphic Communication
*GCM 266—Digital and Offset Press Systems
*GCM 363—Package Printing
*PHOTO 204—Exploring Photography
School of Art and Design
*DES 303—Interior Design Studio I
*DES 308—Lighting Design in the Built Environment
*DES 314—Interior Design Contracts & Codes
*DES 416—Interior Design Senior Studio
*ARTH 319—History of Design
*ART 215/315/415—Art Metals I, II, III
Biology Department
*BIO 101—Introductory Biology
*BIO 135—Organismal Biology
*BIO 136—College Molecular Cell Biology I
*BIO 210—Concepts and Issues in Biotechnology
*BIO 260—Ichthyology – Wisconsin Fishes
*BIO 270—Natural History of the Neotropics
*BIO 350—Ecology
*BIO 352—Plant Ecology
*BIO 362—Advanced Physiology
*BIO 450—Aquatic Ecology & Management
*BIO 452—Wetland Ecology
Department of Business
*BUACT 340—Business Finance
*BUMGT 304—Principles of Management
*BUMGT 480—Entrepreneurship: Small Business Planning
*BUMGT 490—Strategic Management and Business Policy
*BUSCM 338—Principles of Logistics
*BUINB 260—Introduction to International Business
*BUINB 367—International Management
*BURTL 127—Basic Merchandising
*BURTL 329—Retail Promotions
*BURTL 395—Assortment Planning
Chemistry Department
*CHEM 110—Chemistry in Our World
*CHEM 115—General Chemistry
*CHEM 135—College Chemistry I
*CHEM 136—College Chemistry II
*CHEM 201—Organic Chemistry I
*CHEM 204—Organic Chemistry II Lecture
*CHEM 206—Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
*CHEM 325—Chemistry of Polymers
*CHEM 331—Quantitative Analysis
*CHEM 335—Instrumental Methods of Analysis
*CHEM 341—Chemistry of Materials
Department of Construction
*AEC 171—Light Construction Methods and Materials
*AEC 190—Orientation to Construction Industry
*AEC 233—Architectural Design I
*AEC 237—Architectural Technology
*AEC 353—Building Electrical and Control Systems
*AEC 470—Construction Estimating II
*AEC 472—Management of Construction
School of Education
*MBE 401—Marketing Education Curriculum
*FCSE 385—Family Housing
*ECE 410—Early Childhood Curriculum: Science
*EDUC 326—Foundations of Education
*EDUC 303—Educational Psychology
Department of English and Philosophy
*LIT 203—American Poets
*LIT 205—The Short Story
*LIT 208—Fiction into Film
*LIT 260—Modern American Literature
*LIT 281—Recent American Literature
*LIT 300—Children’s Literature
*LIT 303—Coming of Age in Literature and Film
*PHIL 201—Introduction to Philosophy
*PHIL 205—Philosophy of Religion
Engineering and Technology Department
*RD 205—Design for Industry
*RD 320—Prototype Development and Model Making
*RD 420—Research and Development
*PKG 150—Packaging Fundamentals
*PKG 250—Consumer Packaging Systems
*PKG 350—Packaging Design & Evaluation
*MFGT 250—Introduction to Plastics
Food and Nutrition Department
*FN 102—Nutrition for Healthy Living
*FN 222—Food Technology
*FN 350—Food Processing
*FN 461—Multicultural Aspects of Food & Nutrition Patterns
Hospitality and Tourism Department
*No data
Human Development and Family Studies
*HDSF 345—Health Care Dilemmas & Decisions for Families
*HDSF 715—Theories of Family Processes
*HDFS 450—Family Policy
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
University of Wisconsin Stout Military Science Department
*MSL 101—Foundations of Officership
*MSL 201—Individual Leadership Studies
*MSL 301—Adaptive Team Leadership
*MSL 401—Developing Adaptive Leaders
*MSL 102—Basic Leadership
*MSL 202—Leadership and Teamwork
*MSL 302—Leadership Under Fire
*MSL 402—Leadership in a Complex World
Department of Operations and Management
*AEC 191—The Built Environment
*RC 640—Environmental Leadership & Sustainable Management
*INMGT 200—Production and Operations Management
*INMGT 325—Quality Management
Department of Physical Education
*HLTED 360—Personal Health and Fitness
*HLTH 101—Discovering Wellness
Physics Department
*PHYS 258—Introduction to Geology
*PHYS 358—Soil Science and Conservation
*PHYS 281—University Physics I
*PHYS 255--Meteorology
Department of Psychology
*PSYC 350—Culture and Psychology
*PSYC 702—Ethics in Applied Psychology
*PSYC 707—Applied Social Psychology
*PSYC 772—Psychological Applications of Health Promotion
Department of Rehabilitation and Counseling
*REHAB 101—Introduction to Rehabilitation
*REHAB 102—Community Resources
*REHAB 701—Foundations of Rehabilitation
Social Science Department
*ECON 445—Public Finance
*HIST 240—History and Politics of Africa
*HIST 380—Latin American History
*PAX 201—Introduction to Applied Peace Studies
*SOC 291—Sociology of Health and Illness
*SOC 385—Globalization and Social Change
Speech Communication, Foreign Languages, Theatre and Music
*SPAN 202—Intermediate Spanish II
*SPAN 227—Spanish Composition and Conversation I
*SPAN 396—Business and Hospitality Spanish
*SPCOM 100—Fundamentals of Speech

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Course data from 2012-2013 academic year, survey of all departments on campus

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