IGCS Electives

For the most up to date list of all SUSC or SUSL courses please see the class schedule for the semester. Navigate to the “other course attributes” link, then select “SUSC” or “SUSL”.

Instructors: information on requesting the Sustainability course attribute can be found here.

Course #
Title
Cross-Listing
ANTH 6375 Paleozoology and paleoenvironments
ARCH 6018 Design/Build Bluff Studio
ARCH 6352 Advanced Technology: Sustainable Design REDEV 6352
BIOL 5440 Urban Ecology CMP 6610, BIOL 6610
CLCS 6900 The Posthuman
CMP 6380 Green Communities
CMP 6610 Urban Ecology BIOL 5440/BIOL 6610
COMM 5360 Environmental Communication COMM 6360
COMM 5365 Communicating Climate Change COMM 6365
COMM 7200 Environmental Communication
COMM 7310 Communication and Community Engagement
CVEEN 6480 Water Resources Planning and Management PHIL 5540
ECE 5630 Power Systems Economics ECE 6630
ECON 5530 Principles of Economic Development ECON 6530
ECON 7251 Advanced Environmental Economics
EHUM 6101 Foundations of Enviornmental Humanities
EHUM 6102 Field Methods in Environmetnal Humanities
EHUM 6103 Ecology of Residency
GNDR 6120 Gender & Nature
LAW 7240 Environmental Law and Policy
LAW 7280 International Environmental Law
MD ID 6004 Sustainability, Medicine, & Health
ME EN 5810 Thermal Systems Design ME EN 6810
MET E 5780 Metals Manufacturing Processing
PHIL 5540 Water Resources Planning and Management CVEEN 6480
POLS 6870 Environmental Justice SUST 6870
REDEV 6352 Advanced Technology: Sustainable Design ARCH 6353
SUST 6000 Global Changes and Society
SUST 6800 Global Change and Sustainability Seminar
SUST 6870 Environmental Justice POLS 6870
SW 6101 Practice II

 

Course #
Title
Cross-Listing
ANTH 3145 Human Migration and Social Change ANTH 6245
ANTH 5234 Population Issues in Anthropology
ARCH 4350 Environmental Controls
ARCH 6030 Urban Design Studio I: Urban Design Elements CMP 6445
ARCH 6236 Cultures and Architecture of the Southwest
ARCH 6350 Environmental Controls
ARCH 6353 Advanced Technology: Building Performance Analysis CMP 6353, REDEV 6353
ARCH 6375 Building Resilience-Foundations of Building Technologies
ARCH 6830 Landscape Architecture & Design with Nature
ATMOS 6030 Climate Dynamics
ATMOS 6200 Atmospheric Radiation ATMOS 6020
CH EN 5158 Energy and Society CH EN 6158
CH EN 5305 Air Pollution Control Engineering CH EN 6305
CH EN 5310 Concepts and Applications in Renewable Energy CH EN 6310, MET E 5310, MET E 6310
CMP 3200 Ecology of Human Settlements
CMP 3250 Planning Process and Methods CMP 6250
CMP 4410 Site Planning ARCH 6111
CMP 4450 GIS for Urban Ecologists
CMP 4600 The Just City
CMP 6100 Urban Planning & Theory REDEV 6100
CMP 6160 Plan Making
CMP 6371 Complexity & Systems Thinking REDEV 6371
CMP 6410 Site Development & Entitlement REDEV6410
CMP 6430 Community Engagement in Planning REDEV 6430
CMP 6660 Green Infrastructure
CMP 6720 Land Use and Transportation Planning REDEV 6720
CMP 6730 Landscape Architecture & Design with Nature
COMM 5490 Communication and Social Justice COMM 6490
COMM 7260 Science & Risk Communication
COMM 7460 Rhetoric of Social Movements
CVEEN 5560 Transportation Planning CVEEN 6560
CVEEN 6440 Water Distribution Systems Design
CVEEN 7660 Water Reuse for Sustainability
ECON 5180 Poverty and Inequality ECON 6180
ECON 5250 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics ECON 6250
ECON 5470 Industrialization and Economic Development ECON 6470
ECON 6560 Gender and Economic Development ECON 5560 GNDR 5560
ECS 6641 Social Inequality in U.S. Higher Education ECS 7641
ECS 6655 Critical Pedagogy ECS 7655
EHUM 6105 EH Writing Seminar: Topics Vary
EHUM 6804 Tertulia
ELP 6480 Leadership, Diversity & Social Justice in K-12 and Higher  Education ELP 7480
ELP 6580 Multiculturalism & Diversity in Higher Education ELP 7580
ENVST 3368 Energy Choices for the 21st Century GEO 3368, GEOG 3368
FCS 5450 Nonprofit Community Organizations FCS 6450, PADMN 6965, POLS 5965, POLS 6965
FCS 5630 Healthy Communities FCS 6630
GEO 1000 Earth Science in the Cinema
GEO 5350 Groundwater GEO 6350
GEO 5650 Hydrology GEO 6650
GEOG 3090 Introduction to Medical Geography GEOG 5090
GEOG 3205 Regional and Global Climates GEOG 5205
GEOG 3270 Biogeography: Global Patterns of Life GEOG 5270
GEOG 3292 Snow and Ice GEOG 5292
GEOG 3368 Energy Choices for the 21st Century ENVST 3368, GEO 3368
GEOG 3400 Population Geography GEOG 5400
GEOG 3440 Global Economic Geography GEOG 5440
GEOG 5110 Environmental Analyisis Through Remote Sensing GEOG 6110
GEOG 5120 Environmental Optics GEOG 6120
GEOG 5201 Geomorphology or Arid Lands GEOG 6201
GEOG 5210 Global Climate Change
GEOG 5280 Quaternary Enviornments: Deep History of the Desert Southwest GEOG 6280
H EDU 5060 Global Health Promotion
H EDU 6040 Applied Resiliency and Positiv Health
HIST 4085 History of Technology HIST 6085
HIST 4380 U.S. Environmental History HIST 6380
LAW 7200 Natural Resources Law
LAW 7230 Water Law
LAW 7260 Environmental Practice
LAW 7261 Clin-Environmental
LAW 7782 Justice through Research: A Think Tank on Global Justice Issues
LAW 7790 Energy Law
LAW 7887 Environmental Crimes
MD ID 6500 Introduction to Global Health Principles
MD ID 6510 Preparation for Global Health Service and Learning
MD ID 7001 Clinical Method Curriculum
MD ID 7101 Layers of Medicine I
MD ID 7102 Layers of Medicine II
MD ID 7103 Layers of Medicine III
MD ID 7104 Layers of Medicine IV
MD ID 7300 Phase I: Foundations of Medicine
MD ID 7310 Cells, Molecules and Cancer
MD ID 7320 Host and Defense
MD ID 7340 Brain and Behavior
MD ID 7350 Metabolism and Reproduction
MD ID 7360 Circulation Respiration and Elimination
MD ID 7370 Skin Muscle Bone and Joint
MDCRC 6140 Intro to Personalized Medicine
ME EN 5800 Sustainable Energy Engineering ME EN 6800
NURS 4110 Global Health Nursing
NURS 4510 Global Public Health
NURS 6555 Global Issues in Women’s Health SW 6622
PADMN 6960 Community Engagement in the Global South
PBHLT 6530 Global Health PBHLT 5530
PBHLT 6620 Population Wellness: Implementation and Evaluation
PED 5500 Intro to Global Health
PED 6500 Introduction to Global Health Principles
PHS 6710 Intro to Population Health Pathways
PHS 6715 Introduction to Population Health Pathway II
POLS 5322 Environmental and Sustainability Policy
POLS 5510 Water Policy and Politics
POLS 5550 Nonprofit and Nongovernmental Organizations POLS 6550 PADMN 6550
POLS 6322 Environmental and Sustainability Policy PADMIN 6322
POLS 6550 Nonprofit and Nongovernmental Organizations PADMN 6550
PRT 5410 Land and Resource Recreation Planning
PRT 6410 Land and Resource Recreation Planning
PRT 6420 Ecology and Management of Wildland Recreation Settings
SOC 4674 Global Health SOC 6674
STRAT 6171 Managing in the Global Economy
SW 5535 Social Justice Advocacy Techniques and Skills
SW 6120 Diversity, Social Justice and Reflexive Social Work
SW 6140 Social Justice, Human Rights and Marco Social Work Practice I
SW 6220 Diversity, Social Justice and Reflexive Social Work Practice II
SW 6240 Social Justice, Human Rights and Marco Social Work Practice II

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