Sustainability - Graduate Certificate
The Sustainability Graduate Certificate is open to students admitted to the Graduate School who have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Completion of the certificate requires completion of each of the individual courses with a B or better.
A minimum of 12 credits are required for the certificate. At least 6 credits are from 500-level and above.
|The following courses are required and are expected to be taken in sequence:|
|ENVS 451||Special Topics (Special Topics in Sustainability)||3|
|RGSC 575||Climate Studies, Water and Society||3|
|ENVS 605||Arid Land Water Resources||3|
|Electives (choose two from the following): 1||6|
|Economics of Water Resource Management and Policy||3|
|Sustainable Production of Agronomic Crops||4|
|Regulatory Policy and Industry Analysis: Electricity I||3|
|Introduction to Air Pollution||3|
|Sampling and Analysis of Environmental Contaminants||3|
|Environmental Impacts of Land Use and Contaminant Remediation||3|
|Advanced Environmental Sociology||3|
|Advanced Seminar in Community Development||3|
Other potential courses may be available in the catalog. Discuss with your Sustainability Advisor whether the course would be suitable. Substitutions and exceptions can be made with the approval of the Sustainability faculty advisor and Department Head of Plant & Environmental Sciences Department.