- SUST 313: Freshwater Resources (4 credits)
Examine chemical and biological properties of water and their effect on the environmental, economic, and social health of a watershed
- SUST 309: Faith, Ethics, & Ecojustice (3 credits)
Study the intersection of environmental issues, social justice and faith traditions.
- SUST 300: Sustainability & Regeneration (3 credits)
Consider how social and economic organization at different scales can encourage–or discourage–the widespread adoption of more sustainable practices
- SUST 320: Environmental Policy & Politics (3 credits)
Gain an understanding of the policy-making process; analyze the interaction of social issues and scientific data
- SUST 330: Sustainability Problem Solving (2 credits)
Use knowledge gained from the other courses to evaluate a real local problem and arrive at an implementable solution
Note: The Freshwater Resources course fulfills the requirement for a Goshen College student’s Natural World Perspectives core requirement. Also, the Sustainability Problem Solving course can serve as a biology major’s Junior Seminar class.