COURSE REQUIREMENTS

One of the Following
  • ANTH 381 Consumption and Culture
  • CE 434 Sustainable Development Engineering
  • EV 305 Sustainability and the Environment
  • EV 300 Environmental Leadership
  • EV 390 Sustainability Project Experience
  • PHIL 370 Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 405 Sustainability Theory and Practice: A Critical Assessment
  • POL 350 International Development and Social Change
Two of the Following
  • ANTH 201 Introduction to Anthropology
  • ANTH 351 Global Forces, Local Outcomes
  • COMM 428 Public Debate and the Environment: Reading & Writing Environmentally
  • LIT 250 World Literature
  • LIT 251 Understanding Vietnam
  • LIT 353 African Literature
  • PHIL 310 World Religious and Contemporary Issues
  • POL 250 Politics in Cross National Perspective
  • POL 251 Introduction to International Politics
  • POL 362 Human Rights Law and Politics
  • SOC 330 Health, Wealth, Inequality, and the Environment
Two of the Following
  • EC 360 Environmental Economics
  • ES 438 Alternative Energy Systems
  • MK 320 Principles of Marketing
  • MK 436 Creativity, Innovation and New Product Development
  • OM 476 Management of Technology
  • SB 396 Global Business Strategies
One of the Following
  • UNIV 399 

Global Experience (with sustainable solutions for the developing world emphasis)
Multidisciplinary Project Course (with sustainable solutions for the developing world emphasis)

The multidisciplinary project is intended to serve as the Capstone, Senior Design, or other culminating project based experience that is normally completed within the student’s major program of study. Students participating in the minor will engage in a multidisciplinary project developed by students with the minor faculty who support the minor OR the student may participate in related experiences and opportunities within the student’s major program of study that are thematically linked to this minor. For example, if a student’s senior design course within their major has a multidisciplinary them and relates to strategies employable in developing world, the student can obtain approval from the director of the minor for the course to serve as the minor required course.