Course Archive

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Core Courses

IDS 206            Foundations of Sustainability

IDS 391            Sustainability Capstone

 

Electives

ANT 202          Concepts & Methods in Cultural Anth (SocSci)

ANT 231          Predictive Health and Society (SocSci)

ANT 252          Fast Food/Slow Food (SocSci)

ANT 352          Globalization and Transnational Culture (SocSci)

ANT 385          Being Well in the Anthropocene (SocSci)

ECON 362        Economic Development (SocSci)

ECON 365        Environ Economics and Policy (SocSci)

ECON 372W     Health Care Markets (SocSci)

ENG 181          Rising Tides & Island Lives (Hum)

HIST 489RW    Capitalism: Making Anthropocene (SocSci)

HLTH 210        Predictive Health and Society (SocSci)

HLTH 332        Health and Human Rights (SocSci)

HLTH 340        Food, Health & Society (SocSci)

IDS 205           Science and the Nature of Evidence (NatSci)

IDS 385W        Sound and Vision: Art and Music as Environmental Activism (Hum)

LACS 265W      Visitor Meets Native (Hum)

PHIL 117          Nature/Envrnmnt/Sustainability (Hum)

PHIL 317          Environmental Ethics (Hum)

POLS 317         Global Human Rights (SocSci)

POLS 370B       Planning Community Initiatives (SocSci)

POLS 385         India Today: Innov.,Sustainab. (SocSci)

SOC 266          Global Change (SocSci)

Sustainability Minor - Fall 2018

ANT 205/HLTH 250: Foundations of Global Health

ANT 207/ IDS207/AFS270: Foundation Development Studies (SocSci)

ANT 385: Culture/Power & Infrastructure (SocSci)

ECON 366W/ AFS 366W: Development Issues for Africa (SocSci)

ENG 101: Climate Change and Multimedia (Hum)

ENG 389W/AFS389W: Planetary Futures (Hum)

ENVS 227: Environmental Policy (SocSci)

ENVS 250: Fundamentals of Cartography and GIS (NatSci)

IDS 200W: Interdisciplinary Foundations (SocSci)

IDS 385/ANT 386/ITAL376: Sustainable Food Fair (SocSci)

POLS 370A/CBSC370A/ENVS370A/SOC370A: Community Building and Social Change (SocSci)

SOC 266: Global Change (SocSci)

Core Classes offered:

IDS 206: Foundations of Sustainability

IDS 392: Sustainability Capstone Seminar

 

Electives:

AAS 385: Topic: Race, Citizenship &Immigration (Hum)

AAS 385: Black Motherhood (Hum)

AFS 221: The Making of Modern Africa (Hum)

AFS 389: The Politics of Natural Resources in Africa: Anthropological Perspectives (SocSci)

ANT 231: Predictive Health and Society (SocSci)

ANT 252: Fast Food/Slow Food (SocSci)

ANT 285: Global Environment Health (SocSci)

ANT 302: Primate Behavior & Ecology (SocSci)

ANT 385: The Anthropology of Water (SocSci)

ECON 362: Economic Development (SocSci)

ENG 389W: Knowing Places: American Environmental Literature (Hum)

ECON 372: Health Care Markets (SocSci)

ENVS 120: Living in the Anthropocene (NatSci)

ENVS225: Institutions & The Environment (SocSci)

ENVS 330: Climatology (NatSci)

HIST 385: Global Aid in and Unequal World (SocSci)

HIST 385 Latino/a Civil Rights Movement (SocSci)

HLTH 340: Food, Health and Society (SocSci)

HLTH 332: Health & Human Rights (SocSci)

HLTH 385: Human Health (SocSci)

IDS 205W: Science and the Nature of Evidence (NatSci)

IDS 385: Urban Sustainability (SocSci)

LACS 265W: Visitor Meets Native (Hum)

POLS 322: Politics of Southeast Asia (SocSci)

POLS 370B: Planning & Evaluating Community Building Initiatives (SocSci)

Core Courses

IDS 206:           Foundations of Sustainability

Sustainability Minor Electives

ANT 207:         Foundations of Development Studies (SocSci)

ANT 385:         Food Insecurity (SocSci)

BIOL 247:        Ecology

ECON 190:       Economics (SocSci)

ECON 366W:    Development Issues for Africa (SocSci)

ECON 431:       International Trade (SocSci)

ENVS 130:       Environmental Science (Requires DUS approval) (NatSci)

ENVS 131:       Intro to ENVS Field Studies (Requires DUS approval) (NatSci)

ENVS 227:       Environmental Policy (Requires DUS approval) (SocSci)

ENVS 324:       Environmental Economics (Requires DUS approval) (SocSci)

ENVS 385:       Environmental Studies, Bridging Science-Policy Interface (SocSci)

FREN 488W:    Topics in French (Taught in French) (Hum)

HLTH 332:       Health and Human Rights (SocSci)

IDS 285:           Origins of Human Rights (SocSci)

IDS 385:           Sustainable Food Fair (SocSci)

IDS 385:           Fostering Behavior Change (SocSci)

IDS 385:           Urban Food Security (SocSci)

PHIL 117:         Nature/Environment/Sustainability (Hum)

POLS 385:        India Today: Pol/Econ/Innov/Sus (SocSci)

CORE CLASSES:

IDS 391: Sustainability Capstone Seminar

 

SUSTAINABILITY MINOR ELECTIVES:

ANT 231 / HLTH 210: Predictive Health and Society (SocSci)

ANT 302: Primate Behavior and Ecology (SocSci)

ANT 585: Development and Change (SocSci)

BIOL 371 / ENVS 371: Ecology of the Tropics (NatSci)

BUS 451: Making Effective Decisions (SocSci)

ECON 362: Economic Development (SocSci)

ENG 389W: Southern Literature and the Environment (Hum)

ENVS 225: Institutions & the Environment (SocSci)

ENVS 330: Climatology (NatSci)

GER 340 / FILM 395R: German Film: Screening Nature (Hum)

HLTH 190: Human Health, Health, and the Natural World (SocSci)

IDS 200W: Interdisciplinary Foundations (SocSci)

IDS 205W: Science and the Nature of Evidence (NatSci)

IDS 285 / SOC 289: Sustainable Consumption (SocSci)

IDS 385 / SOC 389: Urban Food Security (SocSci)

IDS 385W / ANT 385W: Writing Emory’s History: Sustainability Leadership and Practice (SocSci)

LACS 265: Visitor Meets Native (SocSci)

LACS 363W / AAS 385W: Sugar and Rum (SocSci)

MESAS 370: Econ. Develop. In ME / N.Africa (SocSci)

PHIL 117: Nature/Environment/Sustainability (Hum)

POLS 317: Global Human Rights (SocSci)

POLS 322 / EAS 322: Politics of Southeast Asia (SocSci)

POLS 370B / CBSC 370B / ENVS 370B / SOC 370B: Planning Community Initiatives (SocSci)

POLS 385 / MESAS 370: India Today: Innov.,Sustainab. (SocSci)

POLS 385: Poverty in America (SocSci)

REL 370: Christianity and Climate Change (Hum)

CORE CLASSES:

IDS 206-000: Foundations of Sustainability

              

SUSTAINABILITY MINOR ELECTIVES:

ANT 207 / AFS 270 / IDS 207: Foundations of Development Studies (SocSci)

ANT 252-000: Fast Food/Slow Food (SocSci)

ANT 385-001: Food Insecurity And The Global Food Crisis (SocSci) BIOL 247-000 / ENVS 247-000: Ecology (NatSci)

BIOL 345-000: Conservation Biology (NatSci)

ECON 366W / AFS 366W: Development Issues for Sub-Saharan Africa (SocSci)

ECON 371: Health Economics (SocSci)

ENVS 120-000: Living in the Anthropocene (NatSci)

FREN 331: Discours de la Catastrophe (Hum)

HIST 344-000 / ENVS 344-000: American Environmental History (SocSci)

HLTH 250/ANT 205: Foundations of Global Health (SocSci)

IDS 200W-000: Interdisciplinary Foundations (SocSci)

IDS 205W-00P: Science and the Nature of Evidence (NatSci)

IDS 285: Sustainable Consumption (SocSci)

IDS 385W: Fostering Behavior Change: Identity, Motivation, and Context (SocSci)

ITAL 190: The Art of Eating Well: An Italian Recipe for Sustainable Food (Hum)

ITAL 376R / IDS 385 / ANT 386-000: Sustainable Food Fair (SocSci)

POLS 370A-00P / CBSC 370 A-00P/ SOC 370A-00P: Community Building & Social Change I (SocSci)


MAYMESTER COURSES

 

ENVS 385-MAY: Lionfish in the Caribbean (NatSci)

CORE CLASSES:

IDS 391: Sustainability Capstone Seminar

 

SUSTAINABILITY MINOR ELECTIVES:

PHYS 190 000: The Science of Climate Change (NatSci)

ANT 231 / HLTH 210: Predictive Health and Society (SocSci)

ANT 338W: Global Health: Biosocial Model (SocSci)

BUS 451: Making Effective Decisions (SocSci)

CFDE University Course: Discourse of Disaster (Hum)

ECON 362: Economic Development (SocSci)

ECON 371: Health Economics (SocSci)

ENG 389W: Southern Literature and Ecocriticism (Hum)

ENVS 225: Institutions & the Environment (SocSci)

ENVS 330: Climatology (NatSci)

ENVS 385-01P / IDS 385-00P / BUS 395: CoLA: Paris is an Explanation (NatSci)

FILM 373: Film and Environment (Hum)

HLTH 385-01P: Disability and Bioethics (SocSci)

IDS 205W: Science & the Nature of Evidence (NatSci)

IDS 385-001 / SOC389-003: Environmental Justice and Sustainable Dilemmas (SocSci)

IDS 385-002: Methods in Sustainability Research (SocSci)

IDS 385-01P: CoLA: Eating Ethics (Hum)

IDS 385-05P / ANT 385-000: Sustainability Leadership in Practice (SocSci)

POLS 385-00P / MESAS 370-00P: India Today: Pol/Econ/Innov/Sus (SocSci)

POLS 370BW / CBSC 370BW / ENVS 370B / SOC 370BW-00P: Planning Community Initiatives (SocSci)

POLS 494-00P: Research Topics Seminar – Collaborative Governance and Environmental Problem Solving (SocSci)

 

CORE CLASSES: 

IDS 206-000: Foundations of Sustainability

              

SUSTAINABILITY MINOR ELECTIVES:

ANT 252-000: Fast Food/Slow Food (SocSci)

ANT 386-000: Sustainable Food Fair (SocSci)

BIOL 247-000 / ENVS 247-000: Ecology (NatSci)

ECON 372-000: Health Policy & Economics (SocSci)

ENVS 120-000: Living in the Anthropocene (NatSci)

HIST 344-000 / ENVS 344-000: American Environmental History (SocSci)       

HLTH 385-004 / ANT 385-005: Food, Health, & Society (SocSci)

IDS 200W-000: Interdisciplinary Foundations (SocSci)

IDS 205W-00P: Science and the Nature of Evidence (NatSci)

PHIL 117: Nature/Environment/Sustainability (Hum)

POLS 370A-00P / CBSC 370 A-00P/ SOC 370A-00P: Community Building & Social Change I (SocSci)

SOC 289-000: Special Topics: The Politics of Food, Hunger, and Sustainability (SocSci)

CORE CLASSES:

IDS 206: Foundations of Sustainability

IDS 391: Sustainability Capstone Seminar

 

SUSTAINABILITY MINOR ELECTIVES:

 

AFS 468 / SOC 468: Economic Development in Africa (SocSci)

ANT 231 / HLTH 210: Predictive Health and Society (SocSci)

ANT 385-003: From Tortillas to Tostitos: Food Politics, Sustainability, & Biology in Latin Amer. (SocSci)

BUS 451: Making Effective Decisions (SocSci)

ENG 389W-002/CPLT 389W: Literature of Disaster in the Americas (Hum)

ENVS 235: Environmental Geology (NatSci)

ENVS 324: Ecological Economics (NatSci)

ENVS 330: Climatology (NatSci)

IDS 200W: Interdisciplinary Foundations (SocSci)

IDS 498-00P: Sustainability Leadership in Practice (SocSci)

POLS 370BW / CBSC 370BW / ENVS 370BW / SOC 370BW: Planning Community Initiatives (SocSci)

POLS 385 - Special Topics: Political Econ. of Development (SocSci)

 

MAYMESTER ELECTIVES

PHIL 117 – Nature, Environment, Sustainability (Hum)

IDS 200 – Interdisciplinary Foundations (SocSci)