B.A. degree program in urban sustainability
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Program requirements (53.5-57.5 credits)
Students must complete both A and B below:
A. All of the following courses:
Urban Sustainability 1001, Urban Sustainability 2001, Biology 1001, Biology 3083, Earth and Environmental Sciences 1201, 3750, Economics 2200, 3254, Sociology 1101, 2201, Philosophy 3309, Urban Sustainability 4001W.
Economics 3400 or Earth and Environmental Sciences 3800 or Sociology 2112.
(Students who have completed Economics 2251 or Earth and Environmental Sciences 1500 or Sociology 2202 have satisfied the requirement for Urban Sustainability 1001; students who have completed Economics 3251 or Earth and Environmental Sciences 1501 or Sociology 2203 have satisfied the requirement for Urban Sustainability 2001W.
B. Students must complete one of the three Options below:
Option 1: Concentration in Environmental Science
Earth and environmental sciences 3600, 3610, 3675, 3900.
Chemistry 1040 or 1100 or Earth and Environmental Sciences 3100.
Option 2: Concentration in Environmental Economics and Business Management
Economics 3202, 4400W, and two of the following: Economics 3232, 3252, Business 3180, 3181, 3182.
Option 3: Concentration in Environmental Sociology
Sociology 2701, 3202, 3204, 3205.
With the permission of the Steering Committee, students may be allowed to take up to 6 credits of other courses to satisfy the requirements listed in A and B.