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CWU Sustainability

CWU Courses With Sustainability Theme

ANTH 130 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 341 - Native American Cultures of the Pacific Northwest
ANTH 347 - Native American Cultures of North America
ANTH 352 - Anthropology of Environmental Issues
ANTH 363 - Culture and Economy
ANTH 427 - Environmental Archaeology
ANTH 440 - Ecology and Culture
ANTH 446 - Anthropology of Globalization
ANTH 449 - Contemporary Native American Cultures and Issues
ANTH 460 - Meaning in a Material World
ATM 353 - Apparel Manufacturing
BIOL 302 - Sustainability and Environmental Change
BIOL 360 - General Ecology
BIOL 461 - Community Ecology
BIOL 462 - Wildlife and Fisheries Ecology
BIOL 466 - Conservation Biology
CMGT 452 - LEED in Sustainable Construction
CMGT 485 - Construction Accounting, Finance, and Contemporary Topics
ECON 201 - Principles of Economics Micro
ECON 462 - Environmental and Resource Economics
ECON 463 - Energy Economics
ENST 201 - Earth as an Ecosystem
ENST 202 - Environment and Society
ENST 300 - Applied Environmental Sciences
ENST 303 - Environmental Management
ENST 304 - Environmental Methods and Analysis
ENST 310 - Energy and Society
ENST 330 - Environmental Leadership and Advocacy
ENST 444 - Environmental Policy Formulation
ENST 455 - Environmental Literature
ENST 460 - Environmental Law
ETSC 442 - Alternative Energy Resources and Technology
GEOG 101 - World Regional Geography
GEOG 107 - Our Dynamic Earth
GEOG 208 - Our Human World
GEOG 250 - Resource Exploitation and Conservation
GEOG 373 - Water Resources
GEOG 440 - Ecology and Culture
GEOG 441 - Climate Change: Human and Biophysical Dimensions
GEOG 442 - Alternative Energy
GEOG 443 - Energy Policy
GEOG 445 - Environmental Law
GEOG 458 - People, Parks, and Protected Areas
GEOL 108 - Earth and Energy Resources
GEOL 380 - Natural Hazards
GEOL 382 - Earth Resources and Pollution
GEOL 384 - Ocean, Atmosphere and Climate Interactions
HED 101 - Health Essentials
HED 318 - The Politics of Food and Health
HIST 454 - American Environmental History
IDS 343 - Origins and Results of Food Technology: The Gluttonous Human
IEM 301 - Energy Management
IEM 302 - Energy, Environment, and Climate Change
MGT 389 - Business and Society
NUTR 318 - The Politcs of Food and Health
PHIL 306 - Environmental Ethics
PHIL 314 - American Wilderness Philosophy
PSY 413 - Conservation Psychology
PUBH 320 - Environmental Health
RMT 345 - Sustainable Retailing
RTE 309 - Facility Planning and Sustainable Design
RTE 330 - Sustainable Resources for Recreation and Tourism
RTE 331 - Sustainable Events: Best Practices
RTE 355 - Sustainable Tourism: Contemporary Issues
SOC 380 - Social Ecology
SOC 415 - Urban Sociology
SOC 449  - Contemporary Native American Cultures and Issues
UNIV 304 - International Sustainable Development

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