Fall 2017 Courses

A listing of Fall, 2017 undergraduate courses in climate change, sustainability, or related interdisciplinary environmental topics. Roll over titles in gray for course descriptions. There are other courses in the catalog that might be offered in different semesters. SU students may also take courses at SUNY-ESF in Environmental and Forest Biology, Environmental Studies, Forestry, and other disciplines. For a full listing of courses, please visit the SU Fall 2017 Schedule of Classes.

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES, FALL 2017 

SUSTAINABILITY

CRS 377 – Communication, Nature & Sustainability
GEO 103 – Environment and Society
GEO 360 – Sustainability Science and Policy
GEO 374 – Environment and Development in the Global South
HTW 303 – Community and Environmental Health
PSC 360 – Sustainability Science and Policy

Climate

GEO 374 – Environment and Development in the Global South
EAR 111 – Climate Change Past and Present

Culture and Community 

GEO 171 – Human Geographies
GEO 600 – Spatial Storytelling  
MAX 132 – Global Community
PSC 758 – Global Migration

Energy

PHY 305 – Solar Energy Science and Architectures

Environmental Science and Technology  

BIO 345 – Ecology and Evolution
BIO 400-Ecosystem Ecology
BEN/CEN 600-Bio-Manufacturing
CEN 400- Service Energy & Sustainability
CEN 461/661 – Environmental Chemistry and Analysis
CIE 271 – Environmental Chemistry and Analysis
GEO 155 – The Natural Environment
EAR 104 – Introductory Geology Lab
EAR 105 – Earth Science
EAR 110 – Dynamic Earth
GEO 314 – Hazardous Geographic Environments
GEO 400-Urban Environmental History& Political Ecology
GEO 700- Climate Change:History, Geography, and Politics

Water

EAR 117 – Oceanography
EAR 205 – Water and Our Environment
EAR 401/601 – Hydrogeology
EAR 612 – Water Energy Seminar
EAR 665 – Groundwater Modeling
CIE 400- Stream Ecohydrology
CIE 400- Urban Stormwater Management

Food

FST 102 – Food Fights: Contemporary Food Issues
FST 204 – Food, Identity, and Power
FST 304 – Farm to Fork
FST 403/603 – The Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition
LSA 496/696 – Food System Planning and Design

Urban and Built Environment

ARC 222 – Building Systems Design I
ARC 322 – Building Systems Design II
ARC 423/623- Advanced Building Systems
CEN 400/600-Envir Risk Assess & Toxicology
CIE 341 – Introduction to Environmental Engineering
CIE 400- Urban Infrastructure
CIE 442 – Treatment Processes in Environmental Engineering
CIE 457/657 – Biogeochemistry
CIE 463/663 – Introduction to Sustainable Engineering

Environmental Economics, Policy, or  Management

IRP 403 – Global Issues
PAF 451 – Environmental Policy
CIE 400-Environmental Risk Assessment& Toxicology

GRADUATE COURSES, FALL 2017 

Water, Geography and Engineering

CEN 573 – Principles and Design in Air Pollution Control
CEN 400- Envir. Risk Assess & Toxicology
CEN 661/CIE 671 – Environmental Chemistry and Analysis
GEO 606 – Development and Sustainability

Sustainability

EAR 401/601 – Hydrogeology
CIE 642 – Treatment Processes in Environmental Engineering
CIE 457/657 – Biogeochemistry
CIE 463/663 – Introduction to Sustainable Engineering

Food

FST 403/603 – The Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition
NSD 555 – Food, Culture and Environment

Policy & Management

BUA/ECS 651 – Strategic Management and the Natural Environment
PAI 715-Global Sustainability & Public Policy
PAI 775 – Energy, Environment and Resources Policy

Urban & Built Environment

ARC 423/623 – Advanced Building Systems