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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

ANT 459: Contemporary Native to North American Issues

BIO 312: Marine Ecology of the Mediterranean Sea and North Africa

BIO 428: Seminar in Environmental Science

BIO 432: Global Change Ecology Laboratory

CEN 462/BEN 462: Biofuels, Bioproducts, and Biorefining

CRS 377: Communication, Nature, and Sustainability

DES 114: Design, Cultural Traditions and the Environment

EAR 111: Climate Change Past and Present

EAR 205: Water and Our Environment

EAR 544: Quaternary Environmental and Climate Change

ECS 354: Green Technology and Sustainability

ECS 511: Sustainable Manufacturing

EEE 450: Sustainable Enterprise

ESP 410: Environment, Sustainability and Policy Capstone Seminar

ESP 470: Environment, Sustainability and Policy in Costa Rica

FST 309: Philosophy and Practice of Locavorism

GEO 103: Environment and Society

GEO 203: Society and the Politics of Nature

GEO 215: Global Environmental Change

GEO 354/HST 384: American Environmental History and Geography

GEO 360/PSC 360: Sustainability Science and Policy

GEO 426: Environmental Change in the Anthropocene

GEO 434/PSC 434: Pursuing Sustainability Policy

GEO 537/LAS 537: Environmental Policy in a Development Context

HNR 340: Sustainable Green Spaces

HNR 360: Environmental Justice in Syracuse

PSC 302: Environmental Politics and Policy

PST 451: Environmental Policy

REL 253: Religion, Spirituality and Nature

 

 

ANT 459: Contemporary Native North American Issues

ANT 131: Introduction to Biological Anthropology

ANT 439/EAR 407: Climate Change and Human Origins

 

AIC 321/621: Art, Activism, Modernity

CRS 360: Communication and Rhetorical Studies in Perspective

CRS 377: Communication, Nature, and Sustainability

EAR 106: Geohazards and Natural Disasters

EAR 110: Dynamic Earth

EAR 111: Climate Change Past and Present

EAR 117: Oceanography

EAR 203: Earth System Science

EAR 205: Waste and Our Environment

EAR 210: History of Earth and Life

EAR 305: Earth Science of Energy

EAR 405: Global Change: Geologic Record

EAR 420: Containment Hydrogeology

EAR 544: Quaternary Environmental and Climate Change

ECN 437: Environmental and Resource Economics

 

ESP 410: Environment, Sustainability and Policy Capstone Seminar

ESP 470: Environment, Sustainability and Policy in Costa Rica

ANT 131: Introduction to Biological Anthropology

ANT 352: Food, Culture, and Identity

ANT 439/EAR 407: Climate Change and Human Origins

AIC 321/361: Art, Activism, Modernity

ARC 222: Building Systems Design I

ARC 322: Building Systems Design II

BIO 105: Technology Inspired by Nature-Learning from the Natural World

BIO 106: Ocean Life

BIO 115: Ecological Problems and Society

BIO 310: Evolutionary Biology, Religion and Society

BIO 415/615: Conservation Biology

BIO 439: Seminar in Ecosystem Ecology

BIO 457/FSC 457: Principles of Human Toxicology

BIO 459: Plants and People

CEN 450: Environmental Risk Assessment and Toxicology

CEN 455/BEN 455: Materials for Energy Systems

CEN 472/CIE 472: Applied Environmental Microbiology

CEN 573: Principles and Design in Air Pollution Control

CEN 576: Green Engineering

CIE 341: Introduction to Environmental Engineering

CIE 352: Water Resources Engineering

CIE 442: Treatment Process in Environmental Engineering

CIE 457: Biogeochemistry

CIE 551/MAE 551: Energy Conversion

CIE 558: Solid Wastes: Collection and Disposal

CIE 577: Urban Stormwater Management

CIE 588/ECS 588/Mae 588: Principles of Wind Turbine

CRS 360: Communication and Rhetorical Studies in Perspective

DES 252/EDI 252: Environmental Design II

EAR 106: Geohazards and Natural Disasters

EAR 110: Dynamic Earth

EAR 117: Oceanography

EAR 203: Earth System Science

EAR 210: History of Earth and Life

EAR 305: Earth Science of Energy

EAR 405: Global Change: Geologic Record

ECN 437: Environmental and Resource Economics

EDI 353: Environmental Factors

FST 102: Food Fights: Contemporary Food Issues

FST 202: Agroecology

FST 303: Food Movements

FST 304: Farm to Fork

FST 307: Feeding the World: Global Agri-Food Governance

FST 312: Emergency Food Systems

FST 402: Feeding the City: Urban Food Systems

FST 403: The Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition

GEO 155: The Natural Environment

GEO 171: Human Geographies

GEO 314: Hazardous Geographic Environments

GEO 316: River Environments

GEO 317: Geography of Mountain Environments

GEO 318: Tropical Environments

GEO 319: Cold Environments

GEO 326: The Geography of Climate and Weather

GEO 327: Geography of Coastal Environments

GEO 340: Geography of Oil

GEO 358: Animals and Society

GEO 360/PSC 360:

GEO 374: Environment and Development in the Global South

GEO 415: Food: A Critical Geography

GEO 422: Water: Environment, Society and Politics

GEO 423: Urban Environmental History and Political Ecology

GEO 430: Energy, History and Society

GEO 455: Biogeography

GEO 485: Community Geography

HTW 303: Environmental Health

MES 367/PSC 367: Oil, Water and War

NSD 417: Integrative Food and Nutrition Therapy

NSD 455: Community Nutrition

PHY 305: Solar Energy Science and Architectures

PHY 398: Junior Seminar in Energy and its Impacts

PSC 318: Technologies, Politics, Environment

PSC 462: Global Development and Environment

REL 395: Religions and the Natural Environment

ARC 222: Building Systems Design I

ARC 322: Building Systems Design II

BIO 105: Technology Inspired by Nature-Learning from the Natural World

BIO 106: Ocean Life

BIO 115: Ecological Problems and Society

BIO 310: Evolutionary Biology, Religion, and Society

BIO 312: Marine Ecology of the Mediterranean Sea and North Africa

BIO 415/615: Conservation Biology

BIO 428: Seminar in Environmental Science

BIO 432: Global Change Ecology Laboratory

BIO 439: Seminar in Ecosystem Ecology

BIO 457/FSC 457: Principles of Human Toxicology

BIO 459: Plants and People

 

DES 114: Design, Cultural Traditions and the Environment

DES 252/EDI 252: Environmental Design II

EDI 353: Environmental Factors

 

CEN 450: Environmental Risk Assessment and Toxicology

CEN 455/BEN 455: Materials for Energy Systems

CEN 462/BEN 462: Biofuels, Bioproducts, and Biorefining

CEN 472/CIE 472: Applied Environmental Microbiology

CEN 573: Principles and Design in Air Pollution Control

CEN 576: Green Engineering

CIE 274: Sustainability in Civil and Environmental Systems

CIE 341: Introduction to Environmental Engineering

CIE 352: Water Resources Engineering

CIE 442: Treatment Process in Environmental Engineering

CIE 457: Biogeochemistry

CIE 463: Introduction to Sustainable Engineering

CIE 551/MAE 551: Energy Conversion

CIE 558: Solid Wastes: Collection and Disposal

CIE 577: Urban Stormwater Management

CIE 588/ECS 588/MAE 588: Principles of Wind Turbines

CIE 442:

ECS 354: Green Technology and Sustainability

ECS 511: Sustainable Manufacturing

EEE 450: Sustainable Enterprise

GRADUATE COURSES

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

ARC 621: Building Systems Design

ARC 623: Advanced Building Systems

BIO 600: Isotope Approaches to Global Change

BIO 657: Principles of Human Toxicology

BIO 659: Plants and People

CEN 573: Principles and Design of Air Pollution Control

CEN 574: Process Design

CEN 576 Green Engineering

CEN 661/CIE 671: Environmental Chemistry and Analysis

CIE 554: Principles of Environmental Toxicology

CIE 561: Air resources

CIE 588: Principles of Wind Turbines

CIE 600: Urban Stormwater Management

CIE 600: Environmental Risk Assessment and Toxicology

CIE 600: Modern Urban Infrastructure

CIE 639: Sustainable Development and Infrastructure Management

CIE 641: Seepage - Earth Dam Design

CIE 642 Treatment Processes in Environmental Engineering

CIE 643: Transportation Engineering

CIE 657: Biogeochemistry

CIE 663: Intro to Sustainable Engineering

CIE 687/EAR 600: Environmental Geostatistics

CIE 700: Water Seminar

EAR 601: Hydrogeology

EAR 605: Global Change - Geologic Record

EAR 607: Climate Change and Human Origins

EAR 612: Water-Energy Seminar

EAR 617: Geochemistry

EAR 620: Contaminant Hydrogeology

FST 601: Seminar in Food Studies and Systems

FST 703: Transnational Food, Health, and Environment

GEO 626: Environmental Change in the Anthropocene

GEO 687: Environmental Geostatistics

MAE 588: Principles of Wind Turbines

IDS 577: Industrial Design - Philosophy and Ethics

MAE 586: Fuel Cell Science and Technology

MAE 658: Building Environmental Modeling and Simulations

MAE 659: Building Materials and Envelope

MPH 603: Principles of Environmental Health

NSD 627: Public Health Nutrition

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

BIO 659: Plants and People

BUA 650: Managing Sustainability

BUA/ECS 651: Strategic Management and the Natural Environment

BUA/ECS 759: Sustainably Driven Enterprise

CIE 600: Urban Stormwater Management

CIE 600: Environmental Risk Assessment and Toxicology

CIE 639: Sustainable Development and Infrastructure Management

CIE 700: Water Seminar

EAR 607: Climate Change and Human Origins

EAR 612: Water-Energy Seminar

ECN 777: Economics of Environmental Policy

ENG 730: Shakespearean Ecologies

FST 601: Seminar in Food Studies and Systems

FST 603: Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition

FST 703: Transnational Food, Health, and Environment

FST 706: Gender, Food, Rights

GEO 537: Environmental Policy in a Development Context

GEO 606: Development and Sustainability

GEO 626: Environmental Change in the Anthropocene

GEO 689: Practicum in Community Geography

GEO 730: Political Economy of Nature

GEO 754: Seminar in Environmental History

GEO 755: Seminar in Political Ecology

IDS 577: Industrial Design - Philosophy and Ethics

MPH 603: Principles of Environmental Health

NSD 555: Food, Culture, Environment

NSD 627: Public Health Nutrition

NSD 680: Seminar in Food and Nutrition

NSD 756: Food and Public Policy

PAI 601: Fundamentals of Conflict Studies

PAI 713: Governance and Global Civil Society

PAI 715: Global Sustainability, Public Policy

PAI 719: Fundamentals of Post-Conflict Reconstruction

PAI 765: Humanitarian Action

PAI 775: Energy, Environment, and Resources Policy

PAI 777: Economics of Environmental Policy

PAI 786: Urban Policy

TRM 500: Art and Ecology

 SYRACUSE ABROAD

 

Costa Rica is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, and is a global leader in establishing policies to address some of the most pressing environmental issues facing our world today. These complex issues are shaped by both human and natural factors, and are interconnected with everything from the global economy to local cultural practices. Students who take this short course will meet with policy and civil society leaders to learn more about how Costa Rica has developed its policies, current circumstances, and future challenges.

FOR SPRING SEMESTER ONLY

Learn more here: Syracuse Abroad-ESP Costa Rica 

Located in Kensington, an inner southeastern suburb of Sydney, The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is Australia’s leading international university with a comprehensive range of liberal arts, management and commerce (business) programs as well as extensive science, technology and engineering-based courses. New South Wales, Australia’s most populous state, housing 4.6 million people, is known the world over for the picturesque harbor of its capital, Sydney. It is also home to a diverse landscape of beaches, mountains, quirky towns and cosmopolitan centers as well as the Australian outback.

At DIS, you will choose from a range of programming options, including graphic design, justice and human rights, sustainability in Europe, urban design, and global economics, public health and women and gender studies, among many others. All courses are taught in English. You will choose one core course (which includes a weeklong study tour) in your designated program and then fill your schedule with electives from any discipline. Danish language is offered but not required.

Learn more here: Syracuse Abroad - DIS Copenhagen

“Sustainability on Trial: Environmental Justice in Northern Europe” is a Signature Seminar designed for students before they arrive for their semester abroad at Syracuse London or Syracuse Florence. Through intensive field studies featuring ‘smart’ buildings, working huskies, and wilderness spaces, students will examine diverse and contested approaches to ‘being green’. The first part of the course explores eco-innovations being piloted in the Nordic countries, home to some of the world’s greatest progress toward sustainable development and carbon-neutral living. In the second portion of the class, students travel into the Arctic Circle to question whether sustainability is living up to its promise for all stakeholders. Who has benefited or been harmed by environmental policies? Ultimately, the Seminar helps students to understand their effect on the world and how they can make that impact a more positive one.

Learn more here: Sustainability on Trial

Looking for an internship with Sustainability Management? Check out our Student Opportunities page here!