Concentration in Urban Sustainability

Advisers for Concentration in Urban Sustainability

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The requirements for early childhood education teacher (birth-grade 2) are described under the Department of Early Childhood and Art Education in the Undergraduate Bulletin. The requirements for childhood education teacher (grades 1-6) programs are described under the Department of Childhood, Bilingual and Special Education in the Undergraduate Bulletin. Students who major in either of these programs and who elect a concentration in urban sustainability must complete at least 30 credits in the Urban Sustainability Program with a grade of C or higher in each course. Students must meet with a program adviser to declare their intention to complete this sequence.
Concentration requirements:
Urban Sustainability 1001.

One statistics course chosen from: Economics 3400, Health and Nutrition Sciences 3300, Mathematics 1501, Political Science 3422, Psychology 3400, Sociology 2113.

One of the following courses: Economics 2200; Political Science [1.5], 1002, 3163.

Philosophy 3309 and Sociology 2201.

Twelve credits (at least 6 of which must come from courses numbered 20 or higher) chosen from the following: General Science 2010, 2020, 2030, 2040, 3050; Earth and Environmental Sciences 1041, 3525, 3400W, 3600, [38.1]; Health and Nutrition Sciences 1100, 2130, 2120, 2131.

Urban Sustainability 4001.

Other advanced electives and special topics courses relevant to environmental studies may be substituted with the permission of the program director. The list of courses available each semester may be obtained from the program office.

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