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Introduces the basics of "green restaurants" and sustainability in the food service industry. The class discusses the key components of making a food service operation more sustainable and reducing their carbon footprint. Letter grade only.
|3||HA||300 - Level|
Green Logistics And Supply Chain Management
Covers environmentally-focused materials, product and process design, purchasing, production and logistics, including reverse logistics, as well as life cycle assessment to evaluate environmental impacts throughout the supply chain. Letter grade only.
|3||BBA||400 - Level|
Analyzes various green political theories and their positions on the nature of the ecological crisis, environmental ethics, ideology, policies, institutions, and political culture. Letter grade only.
|3||POS||400 - Level|
Political ideas and belief systems in theory and practice. Includes democracy, liberalism, conservatism, Marxism, democratic socialism, liberation, and green ideologies. Letter grade only.
|3||POS||200 - Level||Social and Political Worlds||Effective Writing|
Environmental Sustainability In Germany: Issues, Models, And Applications
BA in Modern Languages junior-level writing course. Focuses on developing an in-depth knowledge of the language and concepts associated with environmental sustainability in Germany, a leader in developing green technologies. Letter grade only.
|3||GER||300 - Level||Junior Writing Requirement||Effective Writing|
Fundamental Chemistry Lab
Introduces general laboratory practices and uses the scientific method to solve problems of a chemical nature. Introduces green chemistry principles. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
|1||CHM||100 - Level||Lab Science||SUN||Scientific Inquiry|
In this class we will take a movie from inception to the final product with all the physical elements that a studio uses in real business operations, including pitch, treatment, screenplay, budget, coverage, green lighting, scheduling, production design, physical production, and post production. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
|3||CMF||200 - Level|
Professional Environmental Writing
This course will examine environmental communication, specifically green/cultural tourism promotion, journalism, public participation, health and safety, non-profit communication, and multimedia production. Students will incorporate field experience and produce a workable business/problem solving proposal, multimedia marketing or informational materials for an instructor approved non-profit organization. Letter grade only.
|3||ENG||500 - Level|