The 15-16 credit Sustainability Concentration promotes exploration of the complexities of sustainability. Learn how to create a more sustainable future for the planet - including environment, social and economic perspectives - through a focus on social sciences, natural sciences and technical courses.
Below are the credit hours required for students who choose the Sustainability Concentration:
* This course is part of the Baker RAP
** You cannot double count these courses
Note: You cannot double count the above concentration courses towards H&SS requirements (prerequisites ok).
Note: If you have AP credit for Economics, the Microeconomics pre-requisite for ECON 2010 for some upper division courses in this concentration is met. If you have AP credit for ENVS 1000 Environmental Science you should choose between GEOG 1001 and GEOG 1972 as your lower-division course for this concentration.
Note: Beginning with the incoming class of Fall 2016, all courses in each e+ Concentration require a minimum grade of C.