Choosing a minor in Environmental Sustainability allows you to enhance your professional education by studying the practices, technologies and mindsets that make sustainable companies and communities possible. You can complete the minor by taking four courses from the list below, with no more than two of them selected from the 100-level offerings.
- SUST-100: Introduction to Sustainability
- SUST-120: Sustainable Food Chains
- SUST-121: The Environment and World Cultures
- SUST-200: Energy Systems and Politics
- SUST-202: Sustainable Planning and Land Use
- SUST-204: Economics of Sustainability
- SUST-300: Sustainable Technologies for Architecture
- SUST-302: Industrial Ecology
- SUST-303: Global Environmental History
- SUST-421/LARCH-521: Environmental Policy
- SUST-400: Sustainability and Development in the Non-Western World
- SUST-402: Managing Sustainable Organizations
- ECBIO-101: Environmental Issues
- ECBIO-201: Biodiversity
- ECBIO-319: Oceanography
Click here to print out the form to declare your Minor in Environmental Sustainability.
Click here to print our fact sheet for the Environmental Sustainability major. This includes a full listing of the required courses.
Careers in Environmental Sustainability: click here for the latest news about careers for sustainability professionals in the Philadelphia region, the U.S., and the world.
For more information, please contact Tom Schrand, Program Director, B.S. and Minor in Environmental Sustainability, at SchrandT@PhilaU.edu