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2010-2011 Denver Campus Catalog 
    
2010-2011 Denver Campus Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Sustainability Minor


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The sustainability minor is interdisciplinary, drawing on the expertise across CLAS departments: anthropology, biology, chemistry, communication, economics, environmental sciences, geography, geology, history, economics, philosophy, physics and political science. The core courses are taught by a faculty team from natural sciences and social sciences, who will present the concepts from the empirical and humanistic perspectives. The teaching team changes each term so that faculty from any given CLAS department will rotate through the core courses every 3-4 years.

The minor comprises 18 hours, distributed as follows:

  • two core courses that introduce students to the systems theories that document how living things affect and are affected by their environments
  • two electives chosen from an approved list of CLAS courses
  • students select either a field study, internship, service learning or related travel study course
  • capstone course in sustainability 

Requirements for the Minor


Core Courses


Total: 6 Hours


Electives


Choose two from the following list of approved electives:

Anthropology


Biology


Business


Chemistry


Communication


Economics


Geography / Geology / Environmental Science


History


Physics


Philosophy


Political Science


Total: 6 Hours


Experiential learning course


Students choose a field study, internship, service learning or related travel study course.

Total: 3 Hours


Capstone


Total: 3 Hours


Total: 18 Hours


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