Sustainable Solutions for the Developing World Curriculum

Three of the following:

  • ANTH381 Consumption and Culture (3 cr.)
  • CE434 Sustainable Development Engineering
  • EV305 Sustainability and the Environment (2 cr.)
  • EV300 Environmental Leadership (2 cr.)
  • EV390 Sustainability Project Experience
  • PHIL370 Environmental Ethics (3 cr.)
  • PHIL371 Energy and Society (3 cr.)
  • PHIL405 Sustainability Theory and Practice: A Critical Assessment (3 cr.)
  • POL350 International Development and Social Change (3 cr.)

Two of the following:

  • ANTH201 Introduction to Anthropology (3 cr.)
  • ANTH351 Global Forces, Local Outcomes (3 cr.)
  • COMM428 Public Debate and the Environment (3 cr.)
  • LIT250 World Literature (3 cr.)
  • LIT251 Understanding Vietnam (3 cr.)
  • LIT353 African Literature (3 cr.)
  • PHIL310 World Religions and Contemporary Issues (3 cr.)
  • POL250 Politics in Cross-National Perspective (3 cr.)
  • POL251 Introduction to International Politics (3 cr.)
  • POL362 Human Rights Law and Politics (3 cr.)
  • SOC330 Health, Wealth, Inequality and the Environment (3 cr.)

Two of the following:

  • MK436 Creativity, Innovation and New Product Development (3 cr.)
  • SB396 Global Business Strategies (3 cr.)
  • MK320 Principles of Marketing (3 cr.)
  • OM476 Management of Technology (3 cr.)
  • OM480 Project Management (3 cr.)
  • EC360 Environmental Economics (3 cr.)
  • ES438 Alternative Energy Systems (3 cr.)

One of the following:

  • UNIV399 Global Experience (with an emphasis in sustainable solutions for the developing world), recommended for all students
  • A multidisciplinary project course (with an emphasis in sustainable solutions for the developing world) if approved by the director of the minor and the chair or advisor for the student’s major program of study