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Sustainability Course List
Courses that have a 'sustainability' designation, address issues around social, economic, and/or environmental sustainability and include at least three of the following criteria:
- Content related to sustainable development: creating healthy and thriving resource systems for all;
- Content related to environmental issues;
- Content related to social issues that can be applied to sustainable development such as human welfare, social equity issues or social/organizational/behavioral change;
- Content related to economic issues that can be applied to sustainable development;
- Discourse focused on the interconnection of world resources and the human condition from a long-term perspective;
- Content related to policy and communications issues that can be applied to sustainable development.
Check out this sample syllabus from a Sustainability course, the Sustainable City (SUST 2002).
GW is constantly working to update its list of Sustainability Courses. If you are unable to find a specific sustainability-related, or -focused course on this list, please contact Michael Svoboda at email@example.com.
Download an updated Compendium of Sustainability Courses.