Oct 28, 2020  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Sustainability and Coastal Resilience, B.A.: Business and Economics Concentration (Spring 2021)


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(This program is effective Spring 2021)

Mission Statement

The Sustainability and Coastal Resilience program supports student development of strong competencies in Sustainability, with special focus areas in Sustainable Ecosystems, Economics, and Policy and Culture. Students in the program examine the environmental, economic, ethical, political, and social dimensions of sustainability for a holistic perspective on major global challenges as well those specifically related to coastal communities. With sustainability as a future global goal in mind, students develop strong critical reasoning and systems thinking skills for personal and professional development.

Student Learning Outcomes

When students complete the program in sustainability, they will be able to:

  1. State and explain the principles, concepts, and processes of sustainability.
  2. Analyze the concepts and methods of environmental science, economics, politics and geography relevant to the sustainability of environmental resources and social institutions.
  3. Apply these concepts and methods to developing sustainable strategies and institutions for water, land, air, and urban management at the local to global level.
  4. Communicate and synthesize knowledge of sustainability through interactions with the academic, governmental, and local communities.
  5. Use systems thinking to analyze the interconnectedness of the multiple aspects of sustainability.

 

Degree Requirements (120 Credits)


Students must earn a grade of ‘C’ or better in each course used to satisfy foundation and major requirements.

Core Curriculum (38-40 Total Credit Hours)  

Graduation Requirements (3-6+ Credits) *  

Foundation Requirements (26-29 credits)*


Major Requirements (30-31 credits)


Business and Economics Concentration (15-16 credits)


Electives (13-23 credits)


Total Credits Required: 120 Credits


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