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University of Wisconsin-Stout
AC-1: Academic Courses

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired Tim Cline
Graduate Assistant
Sustainability Office
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Figures required to calculate the percentage of courses with sustainability content::
Undergraduate Graduate
Total number of courses offered by the institution 979 474
Number of sustainability courses offered 57 16
Number of courses offered that include sustainability 160 52

Number of academic departments (or the equivalent) that offer at least one sustainability course and/or course that includes sustainability (at any level):
19

Total number of academic departments (or the equivalent) that offer courses (at any level):
22

Number of years covered by the data:
One

A copy of the institution’s inventory of its course offerings with sustainability content (and course descriptions):
AC1: Academic Courses List of sustainability courses offered: Apparel and Communication Technolo
+ Date Revised: May 4, 2016

An inventory of the institution's course offerings with sustainability content (and course descriptions):

List of sustainability-focused courses offered:

Apparel and Communication Technologies Department
*None
School of Art and Design
*DES 150—Intro to Sustainable Design & Development
*DES 712—Sustainable Design Practice
Biology Department
*BIO 111—Science, the Environment & Sustainability
*BIO 141—Plants & People
*BIO 270—Natural History of the Neotropics
*BIO 350—Ecology
*ENSC 425—Environmental Science and Sustainability Capstone
*SMGT 115—Environmental Science and Sustainability
*SMGT 310—Ecology for Sustainable Management
*SMGT 325—Natural Resource Management
*SMGT 360—Environmental and Sustainability Policy
*SMGT 710—The Natural Environment
Department of Business
*SMGT 230—Triple Bottom Line Accounting for Managers
*SMGT 330—Marketing for a Sustainable World
*SMGT 331—Sustainable Organizational Finance
*SMGT 335—Management and Environmental Information Systems
*SMGT 350—Operations Management and Sustainability
*SMGT 370—Logistics, Supply Chain Management, and Sustainability
*SMGT 430—International Management for a Sustainable World
*SMGT 730—Policy, Law, and the Ethics of Sustainability
Chemistry Department
*CHEM 353—Environmental Chemistry
*SMGT 315—Global Environmental Chemistry
Department of Construction
*AEC 191—The Built Environment
*AEC 570—Construction Estimating I
*AEC 670—Construction Estimating II
*SMGT 495—Sustainable Management Capstone
*SMGT 750—The Built Environment
School of Education
*EDUC 303—Educational Psychology
*EDUC 326—Foundations of Education
*EDUC 330/530—Multiculturalism
*EDUC 336/536—Multiculturalism: Issues & Perspectives
*EDUC 376/576—Cross-Cultural Field Experience
*FCSE 380—Consumer Economics
*FCSE 385—Family Housing
*MBE 401—Marketing Education Curriculum
*ECE 410—Early Childhood Curriculum: Science
Department of English and Philosophy
*ENGL 101—Composition 1
*ENGL 102—Composition 2
*ENGL 112—Freshman English-Honors II
*ENGL 247—Critical Writing
*LIT 273—American Multicultural Literature
*LIT 275—Environmental Literature
*PHIL 235—General Ethics
*SMGT 240—Technical Writing for Sustainable Management
Engineering and Technology Department
*TRANS 202—Transportation Systems
*TRANS 204—Energy Transportation
*SMGT 220—Systems Thinking
*SMGT 320—Energy for Sustainable Management
Food and Nutrition Department
*None
Hospitality and Tourism Department
*None
Human Development and Family Studies
*HDFS 365—Family Resource Management
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
*None
University of Wisconsin Stout Military Science Department
*None
Department of Operations and Management
*RC 440—Environmental Leadership & Sustainable Management
*SMGT 340—Organizational Behavior & Sustainability
*SMGT 720—Applied Research and the Triple Bottom Line
*SMGT 770—Leading Sustainable Organizations
*SMGT 780—Corporate Social Responsibility
*SMGT 790—Research Methods
*INMGT 425—Planned Experimentation
*INMGT 440—Lean Enterprise
Department of Physical Education
*None
Physics Department
*PHYS 321—Statics & Strength of Materials
*PHYS 358—Soil Science and Conservation
Department of Psychology
*None
Department of Rehabilitation and Counseling
*None
Social Science Department
*ECON 360—Strategic Decision Making & Game Theory
*ECON 350—Environmental & Natural Resource Economics
*GEOG 310—Geography of Food
*GEOG 290—Global Political Ecology
*SMGT 235—Economics in Society and Sustainability
*SMGT 332—Economics of Environmental Sustainability
*SMGT 435—International Development and Sustainability
*SMGT 460—Environment and Society
*SMGT 700—Cultural and Historical Foundations of Sustainability
*SMGT 740—Economics of Sustainability
*SMGT 760—Geopolitical Systems
Speech Communication, Foreign Languages, Theater and Music
*None

List of sustainability-related courses offered:

Apparel and Communication Technologies Department
*APRL 167—Textiles I
*APRL 250—Textiles II
*ICT 309/509—Collaborative Computing
*ITM 490—ITN Capstone
*CMG 141—Graphic Communication
*CMG 266—Digital and Offset Press Systems
*CMG 367—Color Management
*CMG 495—Cross-Media Semina
*PHOTO 130—Introduction to Photography
*PHOTO 204—Exploring Photography
School of Art and Design
*DES 214—Interior Design Practice, Materials, and Finishes
*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 209/409/410—Painting I, II, III
*ART 215/315/415—Art Metals I, II, III
*ART 217—Printmaking I
Biology Department
*BIO 101—Introductory Biology
*BIO 135—Organismal Biology
*BIO 136—College Molecular Cell Biology
*BIO 210—Concepts and Issues in Biotechnology
*BIO 242—Botany
*BIO 260—Ichthyology – Wisconsin Fishes
*BIO 362—Advanced Physiology
*BIO 450—Aquatic Ecology & Management
*BIO 452—Wetland Ecology
*BIO 462—Environmental Science and Sustainability Capstone
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 311—Biochemistry
*CHEM 325—Chemistry of Polymers
*CHEM 331—Quantitative Analysis
*CHEM 335—Instrumental Methods of Analysis
*CHEM 341—Chemistry of Materials
*CHEM 489—Advanced Chemistry Experience
Department of Construction
*AEC 171—Light Construction Methods and Materials
*AEC 233—Architectural Design I
*AEC 237—Architectural Technology
*AEC 352—Building MEchanical Systems
*AEC 353—Building Electrical and Control System
*AEC 370—Construction Estimating I
*AEC 470—Construction Estimating II
*AEC 472—Management of Construction
*RC 388—Construction Safety
School of Education
*CTE 502—Principles of Career/Tech Education
*CTE 708—Issues in Career & Tech Education
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 303/503—Coming of Age in Literature and Film
*ENGL 410—Scientific Communication
*PHIL 201—Introduction to Philosophy
*PHIL 205—Philosophy of Religion
Engineering and Technology Department
*AEC 237—Architectural Technology
*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 244—Farm to Fork: Food Issues
*FN 350—Food Processing
*FN 450—Food Engineering
*FN 461—Multicultural Aspects of Food & Nutrition Patterns
*FN 650—Food Engineering
Hospitality and Tourism Department
*GEM 250—Turfgrass Management For Golf Course
*GEM 301—Customer Marketing
*GEM 445—Event Management
*HT 140—Principles of Tourism
*HT 324—Quantity Food Production
*HT 340—Development of Tourism Attractions
*HT 351—Hospitality Conv/Mtg Planning
*HT 454—Security & Risk Management
*PM 280—Hospitality Facilities Management
Human Development and Family Studies
*HDSF 345—Health Care Dilemmas & Decisions for Families
*HDSF 715—Theories of Family Processes
*HDFS 450—Family Policy
*MFT 750—Foun Couple Family Therapy
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
*None
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 220—Service Quality Assurance
*INMGT 305—Resource Planning and Matl Managment
*INMGT 314—Manufacturing Enterprise Practicum
*INMGT 325—Quality Management
*INMGT 420—Quality Assurance-Practicum
*INMGT 514—Manufacturing Enterprise Practicum
Department of Physical Education
*HLTED 360—Personal Health and Fitness
*HLTH 101—Discovering Wellness
*PE 201—Wellness and Social Responsibility
*PE 204—Competition in the 21st Century
*PE 205—Lifelong Wellness:Biggest Loser
Physics Department
*PHYS 211—Introduction to Physics
*PHYS 255--Meteorology
*PHYS 258—Introduction to Geology
*PHYS 281—University Physics I
*PHYS 291—Statics
*PHYS 358—Soil Science and Conservation
*PHYS 458—Water Shed
*NANO 101—Exploration of Nanotechnology
Department of Psychology
*PSYC 110—General Psychology
*PSYC 270/470—Social Cognition and Behavior
*PSYC 330—Psychology of Learning
*PSYC 350—Culture and Psychology
*PSYC 370/570—Interpersonal Effectiveness
*PSYC 382—Human Resource Management
*PSYC 702—Ethics in Applied Psychology
*PSYC 707—Applied Social Psychology
*PSYC 710/711/712—Applied Psychology Seminar I/II/III
*PSYC 750—Foundations of Evaluation Research
*PSYC 751—Applications of Evaluation Research
*PSYC 772—Psychological Applications of Health Promotion
*PSYC 781—Personnel Psychology
*PSYC 782—Organizational Psychology
*SPED 100—Introduction to Special Education
*SPED 300—Introduction to Individuals with Cognitive Disorders
*SPED 305—Early Childhood Inclusion
*SPED 323—Mild Disabilities: Social St & Science
*SPED 326—ECSE Pre-Student Teaching
*SPED 330—Introduction to Communication Disorders
*SPED 338—Pre-Student Teaching: Children with Disabilities
*SPED 420—School Family & Community Collaboration
*SPED 430—Inclusion of Students with Exceptional Needs
*SPED 447—Emotional/Behavioral Problems Child & Adolescent
*SPED 490—Behavior Interventions in Schools
*SPED 500—Introduction To Individuals with Cognitive Disorders
*SPED 501—Learning Disabilities
*SPED 505—Early Childhood Inclusion
*SPED 523—Mild Disability: Social St & Science
*SPED 524—C&I: Career & Transition Ed
*SPED 530—Introduction To Communication Disorder
*SPED 536—ECSE Pre-Student Teaching
*SPED 538—Pre-Student Teaching: Children with Disabilities
*SPED 620—School, Family & Community Collabortion
*SPED 630—Inclusion of Students with Exceptional Need
*SPED 647—Emotional/Behavior Problem Child & Adolescents
*SPED 690—Behavior Interventions in Schools
Department of Rehabilitation and Counseling
*COUN 405—Intro To Counseling Skills
*COUN 406—Peer Supervisory Experience
*COUN 606—Peer Supervisory Experience
*COUN 715—Orientation to CMH Counseling
*COUN 722—Adv Compulsive Behav Disorders
*COUN 723—Psychopathology
*COUN 750—Counseling Theory
*COUN 752—Group Dynamics
*COUN 788—Counseling Process Laboratory
*COUN 789—Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
*COUN 794—MHC Internship
*COUN 721—Alco & Drug Abuse Trtmt Prog
*COUN 725—Soc/Cultural Issues in Coun
*COUN 761—Coun Children & Adolescents
*COUN 447—Assmt & Treatmnt-Eating Disord
*COUN 647—Assmt & Treatmnt-Eating Disord
*COUN 720—Psychopharmacology
*COUN 724—Adolescent Substance Abuse
*COUN 745—Treating Personality Disorders
*COUN 727—Mindfulness Apps in Counseling
*COUN 754—Assessment and Interviewing
*REHAB 101—Introduction to Rehabilitation
*REHAB 102—Community Resources
*REHAB 360—Assistive Technology
*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


The website URL where the inventory of course offerings with sustainability content is publicly available:
A brief description of the methodology the institution followed to complete the course inventory:

In 2014-2015, a GA in the Sustainability Office created a questionnaire for each academic department to complete. In most cases, the GA met with a department's faculty to explain the definition of sustainability and ask instructors if any of their courses were sustainability-focused or sustainability-related. In other cases, the department chair was provided with a copy of the STARS definition of sustainability and the department chair talked to instructors themselves to complete the questionnaire through an online survey or with a private interview with the GA.


How did the institution count courses with multiple offerings or sections in the inventory?:
Each course was counted as a single course regardless of the number of offerings or sections

A brief description of how courses with multiple offerings or sections were counted (if different from the options outlined above):
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Which of the following course types were included in the inventory?:
Yes or No
Internships No
Practicums No
Independent study No
Special topics No
Thesis/dissertation No
Clinical Yes
Physical education Yes
Performance arts Yes

Does the institution designate sustainability courses in its catalog of course offerings?:
Yes

Does the institution designate sustainability courses on student transcripts?:
No

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