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SUS 101 Introduction To Sustainable Communities
The course examines the relationship between communities and sustainability. It asks: how do we produce sustainable communities? It answers the question by looking at dominant philosophical, social, and economic paradigms about the environment, while exploring alternatives that better support flourishing human communities. The course will cover core concepts for sustainable communities and study the critical forces that prevent their formation. Letter grade only.
3 SUS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SUS 601 Visions Of Sustainable Communities
This course provides an introduction into critical conversations about social transformation toward sustainable communities, largely in the North American context. It examines dominant philosophical, social and economic worldviews and paradigms, and explores alternatives that might better support flourishing human communities and ecosystems. Core concepts in sustainable communities will be examined, and students will critically study forces and factors that prevent the practical formation of sustainable communities. Letter grade only.
3 SUS 600 - Level
SUS 602 Elements And Contexts Of Sustainable Communities
This course broadens and deepens the critical dialogue about sustainable communities, examining economic, global, and technological contexts. Students will study the role of systemic factors, in particular the relationship between the local and the global, which help to maintain or undermine good and sustainable communities. The course will focus on globalization, sustainable economics, social interdependence, and the diverse forms of self-representation within communities. Letter grade only.
3 SUS 600 - Level
CDSY 432 Sustainability And Governance
This course explores the governance of sustainability issues. Students explore global environmental policies, organizations and institutions, managements and accountability. Is environmental and sustainability issues a crisis of governance and failure to sustainably organize our societies? Students gain hands on exposure to the challenges by participating as stakeholders in a simulated negotiation of an international environmental convention or international sustainability governance. Letter grade only.
2 CDSY 400 - Level
CDSY 362 Sustainability And Technology
This course explores technologies that are significant in the achievement of sustainability. It explores technological innovations, implementation, challenges and barriers in the Energy, Building, Water, Agriculture-Food sectors. These areas are critical to the social, economic and environmental fabric of society. The degree to which technology facilitates sustainability is examined by concepts such as cradle to cradle and life cycle assessment. Letter grade only.
2 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 370 Economics Of Sustainability
Explores economics in relation to the environment and social structures. Focus is on economic issues and tools available to create sustainable communities. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 321 Urban Sustainability
This course teaches sustainability principles. Students learn the social, economic and environmental components that define sustainability. It facilitates environmental awareness and builds foundational knowledge. Using problem solving case studies students hone their abilities to read critically, articulate their views clearly, think about the intersecting human and natural systems that shape our environment to develop critically thinking system perspective towards sustainability. Letter grade only.
1 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 360 Technologies Of Sustainability
Introduction to various technologies that support sustainability in energy, environment, construction, and manufacturing. Topics include applications of technology and associated benefits, risks, limits, and costs. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 452 Economics Of Sustainable Development
This course examines the relationship between economics, environmental and social systems. It explores the schools of economics and how they relate to principles of sustainable development. Student utilize the concepts of sustainability to discuss policy instruments for mediating environmental degradation. Scenarios are used to explore economic and environmental concepts and theories as it relates to the economic and ecological man. Letter grade only.
2 CDSY 400 - Level
CDSY 440 Current Issues In Sustainability
Current and emerging issues in sustainability. Addresses local and global influence and perspectives through community-based project work. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 CDSY 400 - Level
CDSY 242 Introduction To Sustainability And Ecosystem Thinking
This course teaches sustainability principles. Students learn the social, economic and environmental components that define sustainability. It facilitates environmental awareness and builds foundational knowledge. Using problem solving case studies students hone their abilities to read critically, articulate their views clearly, think about the intersecting human and natural systems that shape our environment to develop critically thinking system perspective towards sustainability. Letter grade only.
2 CDSY 200 - Level
SUS 695 Achieving Sustainable Communities
This course focuses on successful strategies for achieving sustainable communities. It highlights successful sustainability initiatives (locally and globally), and features both current and past SUS students' efforts to create change through their capstone projects - and beyond. The course also exposes students to sustainable community networks beyond the university and explores the diverse strategies for continuing to foster sustainability communities following graduation. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: completion of 21 hours in MLS program or MLS director's consent.
3 SUS 600 - Level
ENV 181 Environmental Sustainability
An introduction to the ways in which we perceive the environment: how our environment is structured and functions, how we relate to the environment and environmental sustainability from humanistic, cultural and political perspectives, and how we resolve major issues focusing on the sustainability of our natural and cultural systems. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ENV 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
ENV 324 Sustainable Ecology
In this millennium the applications of ecology require a thorough understanding and use of sustainability concepts. Applied Ecology is designed for environmental studies students with the objectives of understanding ecosystems, ecological communities and population change through the lenses of sustainability. These include biodiversity, natural capital, resilience and mitigation. Letter grade only.
3 ENV 300 - Level
CDSY 462 Current Issues In Sustainability Seminar: Part 2
This is a seminar-type course which explores and discusses current research on topics that have significant bearing on sustainability. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to a sample of current research activities that relate to sustainability and expand their scientific horizon by facilitating intellectual discourse with expert scientist working in key areas of sustainability. Letter grade only.
2 CDSY 400 - Level
BIO 345 Sustainable Botany
Applies plant science principles to aspects of growing plants, including soil science, pathology, physiology, entomology, orchard, garden, and greenhouse with comparison of modern agribusiness to sustainable agriculture. 3 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 BIO 300 - Level Science and Applied Science
BSC 345 Sustainable Botany
Applies plant science principles to aspects of growing plants, including soil science, pathology, physiology, entomology, orchard, garden, and greenhouse with comparison of modern agribusiness to sustainable agriculture. 3 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 BSC 300 - Level
CM 403 Sustainable Design And Construction
This course investigates sustainability and performance evaluation systems relating to the built environment. Sustainable building principles and practices, and the social, environmental and economic benefits of performance-based design and construction will be explored. Tools such as whole building energy modeling, Life-Cycle Cost analysis, and Life-Cycle Assessment will be used to evaluate the design of performance-based buildings. Co-convened with CENE 503. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CM 400 - Level
GSP 276 Planning For Sustainable Tourism
Issues and methods in planning for tourism development from a sustainability perspective. Letter grade or pass-fail.
3 GSP 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
ENV 324L Sustainable Ecology Lab
In this millennium the applications of ecology require a thorough understanding and use of sustainability concepts. Applied Ecology Lab is designed for environmental studies students with the objectives of understanding ecosystems, ecological communities and population change through the lenses of sustainability. These include biodiversity, natural capital, resilience and mitigation. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 ENV 300 - Level
EGR 501 Topics In Sustainable Systems
Introduction to sustainability in the natural environment, energy and the built environment, and their relationship to engineering, plus ecoinformatics. Fall semester. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 EGR 500 - Level
SYS 211 Science And Sustainable Systems
Through the methods of scientific inquiry, this Second Year Seminar will explore topics in sustainable human and natural systems. Topics vary. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different topics.
3 SYS 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
CENE 503 Sustainable Design And Construction
This course investigates sustainability and performance evaluation systems relating to the built environment. Sustainable building principles and practices, and the social, environmental and economic benefits of performance-based design and construction will be explored. Tools such as whole building energy modeling, Life-Cycle Cost analysis, and Life-Cycle Assessment will be used to evaluate the design of performance-based buildings. Co-convened with CM 403. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CENE 500 - Level
GSP 514 Planning Sustainable Communities
An examination of sustainability concepts from the household to the community level with the goal of assessing how the concepts can be incorporated into neighborhood and community planning and design. Topics include household sustainability, energy and water conservation, food and agriculture, transportation and circulation, land use and layout, community organization, business models, the LEED model, and built examples. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GSP 500 - Level
OTD 648 Community, Population And Sustainability Approaches
This course focuses on the role of the occupational therapist in population-focused and community-based practice settings that are sustainable, ecologically-valid, preventative and health promoting for diverse and underserved individuals and contexts. Effective program design reflecting social justice, well-being, quality of life considerations as well as beneficial Interprofessional and organizational collaborations is emphasized. Letter grade only.
3 OTD 600 - Level
GSP 522 Fundamentals Of Development Law And Community Sustainability
Introduction and overview of major land development law topics and related sustainable community development issues for Professional Science Masters students. Non-PSM students are welcome. Includes fundamentals of community planning and applications in applied environmental fields. Letter grade only.
1 GSP 500 - Level
GER 350W 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
CDSY 240 Introduction To Community Development And Sustainability
Introduction to community development practices and strategies, focused on sustainable assets and asset building. Topics include community organizations, historical and contemporary development efforts, and environmental, human, financial, and political capital. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 CDSY 200 - Level
SUS 689 Final Integrative Project
Comprehensive, synthesizing project related to theme of "good and sustainable societies." Project may be creative work or applied research project, but must have both theoretical and applied components. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
1-9 SUS 600 - Level
SUS 603 Social Transformations
This course explores multiple theories and practices of social transformation and community organizing in relation to democratic, socially just, and sustainable communities to cultivate critical inquiry, imagination, self-exploration, community building, and practical organizing modalities for initiating profound transformations in response to the challenges of our time. Letter grade only.
3 SUS 600 - Level
SUS 220 Environmental Inequalities
This course focuses on the intersection of environmental hazards, communities, and the social inequalities that exist across the globe. The course will adopt a power, class, race, and species analysis to explain the ideological, cultural, end economic origins for how we conceptualize the environment from multiple viewpoints, while evaluating how communities and culture are formed, evolve, and contend with sustainability. Letter grade only.
3 SUS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SUS 408 Fieldwork Experience
Individualized supervised field experience in an appropriate agency or organization. Pass-Fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Fee required.
1-12 SUS 400 - Level
SUS 587 Professional Development Seminar
Designed to assist in preparing you for entry into your professional arena. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 SUS 500 - Level
SUS 608 Fieldwork Experience
Supervised field experience in an appropriate agency, organization, or situation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 SUS 600 - Level
SUS 685 Graduate Research
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for 6 units of credit.
1-6 SUS 600 - Level
SUS 699 Thesis
Individualized directed research, writing, and oral defense of selected thesis topic. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Admission to master's program.
1-9 SUS 600 - Level
SUS 604 The Craft Of Inquiry
This course introduces methods used to produce knowledge from different perspectives, including positivism, post-modernism, and text interpretation. Students build research questions and methods for answering them. Emphasis is on mindfulness, constant consideration and reconsideration of the skills, abilities, and habits of mind needed to become active knowledge producers. Letter grade only.
3 SUS 600 - Level
SUS 644 Thesis Proposal Development
This course guides second year graduate students through the thesis proposal process, examining how to structure and write a proposal leading to the completion of the thesis degree. Considerable attention in class is given to developing the skill necessary to complete the thesis degree. The instructor and fellow students will read and critique your work and provide written feedback. Pass-fail only.
3 SUS 600 - Level
SUS 599 Contemporary Developments
Examines recent trends and investigations in a selected area of a particular field of study. May be offered no more than three times before being submitted for a permanent course number. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 SUS 500 - Level
SUS 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 SUS 600 - Level
SUS 485 Undergraduate Research
Individualized original research under the supervision of a research advisor. Pass-Fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 SUS 400 - Level
SUS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-Fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 SUS 400 - Level
CDSY 461 Current Issues In Sustainability Part 1: Global Environmental Changes
Using satellite imagery as visual evidence of environmental changes, this course surveys human impacts on major ecosystems and the implications for sustainability. This course is Part 1 in providing and integrated understanding of current environmental issues by first examining global environmental changes, the context in which change take place and the natural and anthropogenic perturbations and responses involved. Letter grade only.
1 CDSY 400 - Level
HA 250 Facilities And Sustainability Management For Hotels
Introduces professional housekeeping to administration duties and employee supervision, maintenance of physical plant including environmental and sustainable practices in both housekeeping and engineering. Letter grade only.
3 HA 200 - Level
PSY 411 Conservation Psychology: Psychology For A Sustainable Future
Scientific study of the reciprocal relationship between human behavior and the natural environment with a particular focus on promoting sustainable behavior. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 400 - Level
CDSY 342 Asset Mapping And Community Asset Building
This course teaches the asset based planning approach to community initiatives using the strength perspective to developing sustainable communities. This approach to planning maps community assets and develops an inventory of community strengths useful for sustainable community building. It teaches the advantages of identifying community leaders, organizational efforts and community resources in promoting community involvement, and ownership of programs. Letter grade only.
2 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 341 Community Program Planning
This course examines aspects of programs planning, inclusive of problem analysis, need assessment, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. The purpose of this course is to help students move through the specific steps in effectiveness based program planning by engaging in the design, virtual implement, and evaluation of small scale programs with built in elements of sustainability. Letter grade only.
1 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 361 The Water Energy Nexus
Water and energy are foundational to development, and as a result forms significant agents of environmental degradation. This class examines the interconnection between energy and water resources and the importance of considering both as an integrated system for decision making and sustainability. Students will acquire training in this area by the application of concepts in scenarios based discussion formats. Letter grade only.
1 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 351 Environmental Value And The Economy
This course explores key challenges that complicates the sustainable economic landscape. The impact of human perceptions of the environment will be discussed. Using a variety of decision support tools such as cost benefit analysis, biodiversity indices and water footprint, students will explore ways society evaluate natural processes and places value on environmental and ecological services for their integration into the economy. Letter grade only.
1 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 332 Social Change And Environmental Journalism
The course focusses on how the actions of people affect change. Students will: explore the actions of individuals as consumers, activists, and members of societies; the roles of various governmental and non-governmental organizations, and those who voluntarily participate in sustainability efforts; how actors and their actions create public agenda about the environment and influence the social and societal landscape. Letter grade only.
2 CDSY 300 - Level
BBA 380 Management For Environmental Sustainability And Durable Competitive Advantage
An introduction to the development of environmentally friendly business practices and strategies and the ways in which those practices and strategies can be utilized to develop competitive advantage. Topics include strategy formulation, environmentalism, environmental regulation, environmental management, and sustainable development. Letter grade only.
3 BBA 300 - Level
CDSY 241 Introduction To Community Development
This course will look at the principles and practices of community development, community development strategies, preparation and planning, as well as techniques and strategies for overall improvement of community well-being and quality of life. Students will gain hands on experience of key community development concepts from scenario based exercises in class or online, and/or community involvement activities. Letter grade only.
1 CDSY 200 - Level
CDSY 331 Globalization
This course examines the major features of globalization; assess the potential impacts of globalization on individuals, societal systems, and the relationships between societies; examine the conditions stimulating the emergence of global culture and explain how global culture impacts different local and national cultures. Students will gain experience of key globalization issues and concepts from case studies and scenario based exercises. Letter grade only
1 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 320 Community And Social Change
Examines social change with focus on its meaning in U.S. communities. Topics include historical perspective of social movements, demographic and environmental change, and strategies to create change. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 380 Community Program Planning And Evaluation
Examines all aspects of programs, including planning, implementation, and evaluation. Focus is on community programs through public, nonprofit, and private sector organizations. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 CDSY 300 - Level
CDSY 430 Power, Politics And The Press
Explores dynamics between politics, power, and the press. Topics include the role and influence of media, agenda setting, changing press environments, and media skills for community issues and initiatives. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 CDSY 400 - Level
EES 209 International Field Experience In Earth Science And Environmental Sustainability
International field experience to study geological and/or environmental problems in depth. Location and length of classes vary. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 18 units of credit.
1-6 EES 200 - Level
FOR 441 Sustainable Forestry In Tropical Ecosystems: International Field Experience
International field course on forestry issues in developing countries from the perspective of forestry professionals in those countries. Course venue varies. Instructor's consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 FOR 400 - Level Global Diversity
EES 209H International Field Experience In Earth Science And Environmental Sustainability - Honors
International field experience to study geological and/or environmental problems in depth. Location and length of classes vary. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 18 units of credit.
1-6 EES 200 - Level
HA 381 Green Restaurants
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
HA 380 Global Issues In Hospitality
The course provides students with an introduction to the dimensions and nature of the global environment in which hospitality properties operate. It is designed to create a sensitivity to and awareness of global issues, sustainable practices in hospitality and managing different cultures. The course is divided into three segments: globalization issues, sustainable hospitality management and cultural management issues. Letter grade only.
3 HA 300 - Level
POS 335 Political Economy
Analyzes questions arising from the complex interaction between state and economy, such as problems of inequity, sustainable growth, globalization, and public accountability. Letter grade only.
3 POS 300 - Level
FW 405 Worksite Health Promotion
This course will provide students with the knowledge and skills to develop, manage, and sustain health and wellness programs in the worksite setting. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 FW 400 - Level
GSP 201 Communities, Planning And Change
Urban planning, growth and land use; sustainability and the process of land use change and community development. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GSP 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
BBA 292 Fundamentals Of Logistics
Introduces the fundamentals of logistics, including procurement, inventory, transportation, warehousing, materials handling, packaging, information management, sustainability, and international logistics. Letter grade only.
3 BBA 200 - Level
REL 230H Classical Mythology: Ancient Gods And Goddesses - Honors
Explores common characteristics of religious beliefs (plurality of gods), concerns (sustaining the environment), and practices (rituals of sacrifice) among the peoples of ancient Egypt, Greece, Italy, and northern Europe. Letter grade only.
3 REL 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Effective Writing
REL 230 Classical Mythology: Ancient Gods And Goddesses
Explores common characteristics of religious beliefs (plurality of gods), concerns (sustaining the environment), and practices (rituals of sacrifice) among the peoples of ancient Egypt, Greece, Italy, and northern Europe. Letter grade only.
3 REL 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Effective Writing
ENV 250 Environmental Conservation On The Colorado Plateau
Participants will gain knowledge about the Colorado Plateau, including ecosystems, history, cultures, and economies, through study of conservation and stewardship strategies to promote resilient and sustainable communities. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Dorrance Scholarship Program
4 ENV 200 - Level Lab Science Scientific Inquiry
CENE 335 Environmental Biotechnology
Presents the engineered application of biological systems for remediation of contaminated environments (land, air, water), and for sustainable development technologies and processes. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CENE 300 - Level
ENV 182 Eco House Seminar
This seminar examines issues of environmental sustainability and ecological stewardship through engagement in civic service, field trips, selected readings, discussion, and guest lectures. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1-3 ENV 100 - Level
ECO 324 Environmental Economics
Issues, theories, and policies, including cultural, social, and ethical issues; theories of externalities, property rights, optimal depletion rates and sustainable development; and policy and regulation of environmental economic activity. Letter grade only.
3 ECO 300 - Level
ECO 356 Regional And Urban Economics
Theory of regional economics; techniques for analyzing historical and potential growth patterns; review and critique of issues associated with rapid urbanization, new transportation systems, land-use planning and sustainability issues. Letter grade only.
3 ECO 300 - Level
ECO 428 Advanced Energy Economics
The relationship between energy, humans, and the environment, focusing on prospects for a sustainable energy future in urban areas, emerging societies and indigenous communities. This is a project based course. Letter grade only.
3 ECO 400 - Level
GSP 371 Urban Realm: Contexts And Landscapes
Spatial variations and patterns of urban, economic, technical activities and sustainability. Empirical and theoretical considerations of local and global city forms. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GSP 300 - Level
FOR 255 International Wildlife Issues
Current international issues in wildlife conservation and management. Topics include regulation of global wildlife, threats to biodiversity, and issues of sustainable management and protection. Case studies focus on perspectives of ethnic minorities. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 200 - Level Science and Applied Science and Global Oral Communication
CENE 568 Engineering In Natural Systems: Rivers And Streams
Analysis of fluvial systems from a sustainable engineering perspective; course modules: stream geomorphology and classification; field data collection strategies; hydraulic modeling of natural channels. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CENE 500 - Level
ADM 660 Business Law Administration
This course explores the legal considerations associated with forming and sustaining a small business with an emphasis on tax and employment law, as well as the practical considerations of working with and using legal professionals effectively. Letter grade only.
3 ADM 600 - Level
UC 220 Community Leadership And Peer Mentoring
Effective practices of organizing and leadership that enable students to enhance their own and others' capacity to become agents of change in relation to democratic, socially just, and sustainable communities. Letter grade only.
3 UC 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Oral Communication
ENV 377 Humans And The Hydrosphere
ENV 377 is an exploration of global water sustainability. Through readings, discussions/thought pieces, we will explore the current status of global water use. We will explore how nature filters and cycles water, as well as how society accesses, distributes, and manages water with an eye toward how management can work toward sustainability and clean and safe water for all. Letter grade only.
3 ENV 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
MBA 530 Strategic Operations And Supply Chain Management
Covers the operations function with a strategic supply chain focus, emphasizing the need for integration between operations and the other business functions and between the firm and its global supply chain partners. Topics include product and process design, planning, sourcing, inventory, capacity, quality, production, logistics, customer service and sustainable operations. Letter grade only.
2 MBA 500 - Level
MBA 680 Global Strategy
This course examines the strategic models for global growth and activities. Through readings, lectures, teamwork, case studies, and simulations, students will scrutinize the most relevant issues for managing a globally integrated firm. Emphasis will be placed on formulating and evaluating big-picture, organizational-level strategies that sustain global performance. Letter grade only.
2 MBA 600 - Level
ENG 411C Current Trends In Rhetoric, Culture And Society
Students apply theories and research skills surrounding literate practices to produce capstone projects that show their knowledge of global learning, diversity, and sustainable educational and environmental practices. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
HIS 405 Topics In Environmental History
Topics in Environmental History include: wilderness and national parks, conservation and reclamation, environmental justice, ecofeminism, ecological ideas (science, culture, and nature), and sustainability and economic development. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 HIS 400 - Level
ENG 411CH Current Trends In Rhetoric, Culture And Society - Honors
Students apply theories and research skills surrounding literate practices to produce capstone projects that show their knowledge of global learning, diversity, and sustainable educational and environmental practices. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
CINE 394 Identity And Resistance: World Indigenous Film And Media
This course emphasizes an interdisciplinary and topical approach to the study of World Indigenous Identities and Indigenous Cinema. It explores self-representation in film and other media among indigenous peoples worldwide as a tool of self- determination, cultural assertion and preservation, development of sustainable communities, religious revitalization, artistic innovation, modernization, and resistance to commodification of ethnicity and globalization. Letter grade only.
3 CINE 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Global Effective Writing
AIS 550 Tribal Financial Management, Economic Development And Entrepreneurship
This course examines Tribal Financial Management, Economic Development and Entrepreneurship from a systems approach and applied concepts of tribal sustainability. Students will explore Tribal Financial Management in Indigenous communities and American Indian governments and unique aspects of managing the nexus between financial management, economic development and Indigenous entrepreneurship in an applied context. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 500 - Level
EDL 797 Internship Superintendency
Participation in the superintendency internship provides candidates with significant hands on opportunities to synthesize and apply the knowledge, practice and develop the skills identified in ELCC Standards 1-6 through substantial, sustained, standards-based work in real settings, planning and guided cooperatively by Northern Arizona University and local school districts. Assignments made according to the learning needs of the individual. Course fee required. Pass-Fail only.
3 EDL 700 - Level
WEB 300 Consuming And Mastering The Digital Domain: Achieving Success In Your Online Classes
This class has the specific purpose to help students achieve success in online classes. Students will develop skills which are transferable to any number of academic disciplines, sustainable over time, and strategically useful in their chosen professions. Food, the topic chosen for this class, applies to almost any discipline in which students might major. Letter grade only.
3 WEB 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
ENG 72X Intensive English For Academic Purposes - Level Two
Level 2 is general English and students use their language knowledge and ability to go beyond simple exchanges of information into the realm of elaboration. At this level, students process information in order to produce longer spoken and written texts, and also develop their ability to sustain reading and conversation. Students in level 2 take classes in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 3 times.
1 ENG 700 - Level