Courses

Seattle University colleges include environmental justice and sustainability (EJS) in some of their course offerings. Below is a partial list with examples of EJS-related courses taught in the various colleges: 

College of Science and Engineering

  • BIOL 1010 Principles of Biology
  • BIOL 1620/1621 General Biology II
  • BIOL 1630/1631 General Biology III
  • BIOL 2350: Invertebrate Zoology
  • BIOL 2520: Taxonomy of Flowering Plants
  • BIOL 2750 Biotechnology
  • BIOL 3250: Anatomy of the Vertebrates
  • BIOL 3650 Marine Biology
  • BIOL 3660 Conservation Biology
  • BIOL 3890 Environmental Physiology
  • BIOL 4600 General Ecology
  • BIOL 4620 Marine Ecology
  • CEEGR 3020 Global Engineering Economics
  • CEEGR 3280 Timber Design
  • CEEGR 3420: Environmental Engineering Chemistry
  • CEEGR 3510 Engineering Geology
  • CEEGR 3530 Soil Mechanics   
  • CEEGR 3710 Water Resources I
  • CEEGR 3760 Environmental Law and Impact Studies
  • CEEGR 3860 Green Engineering
  • CEEGR 4470/4490 Structural Design I/Structural Design II
  • CEEGR 4550 Foundation Design
  • CEEGR 4730 Principles of Environmental Engineering
  • CEEGR 4740 Water Supply and Wastewater Engineering
  • CEEGR 4750 Hazardous Waste Engineering
  • CEEGR 4530 Renewable Energy Systems
  • CHEM 4804 Environmental Organic Chemistry
  • ENSC 1000 Introduction to Environmental Science
  • ENSC 3250  Environmental Geology
  • ENSC 1500 Environmental Methods
  • ENSC 4870 Senior Capstone I: Proposal and Preliminary Research
  • ENSC 4880 Senior Capstone II: Research and Application
  • MATH 1210: Statistics for the Life Sciences
  • MEGR 3500 Materials Science
  • MEGR 4910: Alternative Energy

College of Arts and Sciences

  • ANTH 3610: Culture, Ecology, and Geography
  • CMJR 4960: Emerging Social Activism
  • CRJS 1100: Intro to Criminal Justice
  • CRJS 2100:  Law, Society, and Justic
  • CRJS 3030: Juvenile Justice
  • CRJS 3060: Policy and Society
  • CRJS 4230: Punishment and Social Theory
  • CRJS 4910: Sex Trafficking
  • DIUS 3700: Global Perspetives in Healthcare
  • ENGL 3840: Ecocriticism
  • EVST 1600: Environmental Perspectives
  • EVST 2100: Natural History: Theory and Practice
  • EVST 2150: Essentials of Geology
  • EVST 2200: Principles of Ecology
  • EVST 2450: Environmental Education
  • EVST 3000/PLSC 3000: Environmental Politics
  • EVST 3050: Economics and the Environment
  • EVST 3500: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
  • EVST 3600: Nature Writing and Environmentalism
  • EVST 3740: Acoustic Ecology
  • EVST 3910: Agroecology*
  • EVST 3910: Ecopsychology
  • EVST 3910: Energy Auditing
  • EVST 3910: Intermediate GIS
  • EVST 3910: Living Soil: Principles of Soil Science
  • EVST 3910: Urban Food Systems
  • EVST 4740: International Environmental Governance
  • EVST 4840: Environmental Justice
  • EVST 4860: Children and Nature
  • GAP 2510: Global Knowledge
  • GAP 2520: Global Understanding
  • GAP 2530/2540: Global Respect I and II
  • HIST 3510: Environmental History
  • HUMT 1600: Social Context of Education
  • HUMT 3910: Philanthropy and Social Change
  • HUMT 3910: Teaching Civil Rights
  • NPLR 3160: Nonprofit Service & Engagement
  • PHIL 3780: Environmental Philosophy
  • PLSC 3000: Environmental Politics
  • PLSC 3610: United States Foreign Policy
  • PLSC 3910: Int'l Environmental Governance
  • PUBA 2010: Introduction to Urban Planning
  • PUBA 3910: Int'l Environmental Governance
  • PUBA 4400: Policy & Program Research
  • PUBA 4820: Housing Design and the Sustainable Community
  • PUBA 4950: Marketing & Urban Design
  • SOCL 3230: Deviance and Social Control
  • SOCL 4440: Urban Culture and Politics
  • SOCW 3030: Juvenile Justice
  • SOCW 4960: Food Justice
  • THRS 3240: Religion and Ecology
  • UCOR 18x0: Inquiry into the Natural Sciences
  • UCOR 29x0: Environmental Ethics
  • UCOR 36x0: Social Science & Global Challenges

Albers School of Business

  • BLAW 3700: Business and International Law
  • ECON 3620: Natural Resource & Environmental Economics
  • MKTG 4910: Sustainable Business Marketing

School of Law

  • DRFT 300E Drafting Lab: Environmental
  • ENVL 300 Environ. Law Fundamentals
  • ENVL 340 International Environmental Law
  • ENVL 350 Water Law
  • ENVL 362 Advanced Environmental/Indinal Law: Elwha
  • ENVL 380 Environ. Justice Seminar
  • ENVL 395 Environmental Enforcement
  • ENVL 375 Environ. Law: Growth Management
  • ENVL 315 Environ. Law NEPA/SEPA/ESA
  • ENVL 345 Environmental Litigation
  • ENVL 405 Environmental Law/Land Use Extn
  • GOVT 340 Food Law and Policy
  • INDL 300 Federal Indian Law
  • INDL 315 Indian Law & Natural Resources
  • INDL 320 Alaska Natives & Environmental Law
  • INTL 300 Public International Law
  • INTL 305 International Law of Human Rights
  • INTL 322 International Investment Law
  • INTL 415 Global Justice Practicum
  • POVL 300 Poverty Law
  • POBL 405 Inequality & Poverty Law
  • PROP 315 Land Use Regulations

Master of Sport Administration and Leadership

  • SADL 5200 Sports Business - Introduction to Sustainability
  • SADL 5220 Sustainable Sport Facility Management
  • SADL 5240 Public Policy and Economic Activity of Sustainable Sport Business
  • SADL 5260 Marketing Sustainability in Sport
  • SADL 5895 Colloquium Sustainability Option

Master of Arts Leadership

  • ARTL 5500 Social Issues Through the Arts

Masters/Doctorate of Education

  • EDAD 5670/5680/5690: Leadership for Change Seminar I/II/III
  • EDLR 6000 Leadership: Orientation
  • EDLR 6050 Leadership & Social Justice
  • EDUC 5150 Multicultural Perspectives
  • EDUC 5200 Social Justice 

Masters of Buisness Administration

  • EMBA 5410 Global Strategy Formation
  • EMBA 5520 Leading Change
  • EMBA 5630 Global Health and Justice
  • HEMB 5410 Global Strategy Formation
  • HEMB 5630 Global Health & Justice
  • MGMT 3565 Management of Change
  • MKTG 5315  Topics in International Marketing

Masters in Nonprofit Leadership

  • NPLR 5370 Boards & Volunteers
  • NPLR 5420 Strategic Marketing for Nonprofits
  • NPLR 5430 Fundraising
  • NPLR 5910 Grantwriting
  • NPLR 5910 Social Justice

Masters of Public Adminstration

  • PUBM 5450 GIS for Public Administrators
  • PUBM 5510 Global Health
  • PUBM 5530 Disasters and Fiascoes
  • PUBM 5740 Social Justice & Social Policy
  • PUBM 5880 Nonprofit Governance
  • PUBM 5910 Envrionmental Policy
  • PUBM 5910 Philanthropic Leadership

Certification in Executive Leadership

  • EXLR 5110 Creating High Impact Teams
  • EXLR 5120 Building Vision Global Commons
  • EXLR 5140 Leadership for a Just and Humane World
  • EXLR 5220 Leading Responsible Organizations

 

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