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Undergraduate Program

Courses

Courses marked with an * are sustainability-focused; unmarked courses are sustainability-related.

African and African-American Studies

  • AAS 202:  The Third World
  • AAS 225:  Race and Political Representation
  • AAS 253:  Economics and Social Conditions of African Americans
  • AAS 253:  Economics of Discrimination
  • AAS 260:  Africa’s Sleeping Giant:  Nigeria since the Islamic Revolution of 1804
  • AAS 393:  Hydro-Carbon African Development

Anthropology

  • ANT 101:  Cultural Anthropology
  • ANT 102:  Intro to Medical Anthropology
  • ANT 104:  Contemporary Issues and Anthropology
  • ANT 202:  Modern Social theory:  Key Texts and Issues
  • ANT 216:  Medical Anthropology
  • ANT 219:  Interdisciplinary Topics in Sustainability*
  • ANT 224:  Anthropology of Development*
  • ANT 225:  Culture and Consumption
  • ANT 227:  Local and Global Market Research
  • ANT 278:  Birth and Death II:  Making Populations Healthy
  • ANT 281K/CHE 281K:  Solving UR’s Environmental Footprint (not currently being offered)*
  • ANT 299/499:  Malawi Immersion Seminar*

Art History

  • AH 274: Cultural History of American Architecture

Biology

  • BIO 104K: Ecosystem Conservation and Human Society (Fall)*
  • BIO 113:  Perspectives in Biology II
  • BIO 205:  Evolution
  • BIO 225:  Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • BIO 225W:  Lab for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • BIO 247:  Environmental Animal Physiology
  • BIO 260:  Animal Behavior
  • BIO 263: Ecology (BIO 111 or 113 and MTH 142 or 161) (Fall)*
  • BIO 264:  Ecological Communities
  • BIO 266:  Tree of Life

Chemical Engineering

  • CHE 150: Green Energy (not open to Engineering juniors or seniors) (Fall)*
  • CHE 258/458:  Electrochemical Engineering and Fuel Cells
  • CHE 260/460: Solar Cells (Fall)*
  • CHE 264/464: Biofuels (Fall)*
  • CHE 279:  Chemical Engineering Practice
  • CHE 430:  Organic Electronics
  • CHE 508: Genomics and Systems Biology 

Chemistry

  • CHM 286:  Energy: Science, Technology and Society (alt Spring)*

Computer Science

  • CSC 199:  Social Implications of Computing (Spring)

Dance

  • DAN 208:  T’ai Chi:  Movement, Art and Culture
  • DAN 209:  Qigong Chinese Way to Health

Earth and Environmental Sciences

  • EES 101:  Introduction to Geological Sciences
  • EES 102Q/202Q:  Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Mountain Ranges
  • EES 103:  Introduction to Environmental Science (Spring)*
  • EES 105: Introduction to Climate Change(alt Spring)*
  • EES 119/219: Energy and Society (Fall)*
  • EES 201:  Evolution of the Earth
  • EES 203:  Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
  • EES 211: Geohazards and their Mitigation: Living on an Active Planet(Fall)
  • EES 212:  Climate Change from a Chemical Oceanography Perspective (Spring)
  • EES 213:  Hydrology and Water Resources (Fall)
  • EES 215: Environmental and Applied Geophysics (MTH 142/162) (Fall)
  • EES 216:  Environmental Geochemistry
  • EES 217/418:  Physical and Chemical Hydrology (no longer offered)
  • EES 218/418:  Atmospheric Geochemistry
  • EES 218/418:  Chemistry of Global Change (no longer offered)
  • EES 222:  Energy Resources
  • EES 265:  Paleoclimate
  • EES 266/466:  Topics in Climate and Environmental Change
  • EES 360:  Environmental Quest in the Field
  • EES 318W:  Environmental Decisions (not currently being offered)*
  • EES 320: Sustainable Systems (Spring, probably Fall beginning 2013-14)*

Economics

  • ECO 192Q:  Ecology of Population Growth
  • ECO 236:  Economics of Health
  • ECO 238:  Environmental Economics (Fall)*
  • ECO 263:  Public Finance

Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • ECE 590:  Energy for the 21st Century*
  • ECE 598:  Teaching, Resources, and Working in Africa*

English

  • ENG 245/CAS 245:  Literature and the Modern Environmental Imagination (Fall)*
  • ENG 267/CAS 267:  Media Space: Environmental Media From Cyberspace To Smartphones (Spring)*

History

  • HIS 100:  Gateway to History:  Nature and the Environment
  • HIS 176:  Campus as a Sustainable Microcosm
  • HIS 208:  Health, Medicine, and Social Reform
  • HIS 282:  International Human Rights
  • HIS 287:  History of International and Global Health
  • HIS 295:  Politics of Energy and the Environment (unknown)
  • HIS 341/ PSC 341:  Urban Change and City Politics
  • HIS 371:  Environmental History (2013-14, semester unknown)*

International Relations

  • IR 211:  Political Economy of Africa
  • IR 213:  Political and Economic Development in Post-Colonial Societies
  • IR 217:  States and Markets
  • IR 221:  International Politics of Development
  • IR 255:  Political Causes of Underdevelopment

Philosophy

  • PHL 103:  Contemporary Moral Problems (Fall and Spring)
  • PHL 228/428:  Public Health Ethics
  • PHL 230/430:  Environmental Justice (alt Spring)*

Political Science

  • PSC 230:  The Politics of Poverty
  • PSC 243:  Environmental Politics (occasional Fall)*
  • PSC 247:  Green Markets:  Opportunities and Pitfalls (Spring)*
  • PSC 341/HIS 341:  Urban Change and City Politics
  • PSC 565:  Comparative Political Economy of Development

Psychology

  • PSY 264:  Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Preventive Medicine

  • PM 420:  Public Health Policy and Politics
  • PM 470:  Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology
  • PM 486:  Medical Ecology

Public Health

  • PH 101: Introduction to Public Health I (Fall and Spring)
  • PH 102: Introduction to Public Health II (Fall and Spring)
  • PH 103:  Concepts of Epidemiology (Fall)
  • PH 116:  Introduction to the U.S. Health System
  • PH 206:  Feminism, Gender and Health
  • PH 236:  Health Care and the Law

Studio Art

  • SA 132:  Introduction to 3D Art:  Recollecting Objects (unknown)
  • SA 253:  Advanced Digital Art:  Nature 2.0 (Spring)*