SLS Courses

Sustainability Leadership Semester
  • Landscape Limnology
    Examine chemical and biological properties of water and their effect on the environmental, economic, and social health of a watershed
  • Faith, Ethics, & Ecojustice
    Study the intersection of environmental issues, social justice, and faith traditions
  • Sustainability & Regeneraton
    Consider how social and economic organization at different scales can both discourage or encourage the widespread adoption of more sustainable practices
  • Environmental Policy & Politics
    Gain an understanding of the policy making process; analyze the interaction of social issues and scientific data
  • Environmental Problem Solving
    Use knowledge gained from the other courses to evaluate a real local problem, and arrive at an implementable solution

Note: The Landscape Limnology course fulfills the requirement for a Goshen College Student’s Natural World Perspectives course.  Also, the Environmental Problem Solving course can serve as biology major’s Junior Seminar class.