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University of Northern Iowa
ER-7: Sustainability-Related Courses

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University Sustainability Coordinator
Office of Sustainability
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The number of sustainability-related courses offered :
305

The total number of courses offered :
2,277

Number of years covered by the data:
Three

A list of sustainability-related courses offered:

130:170(g) (MKTG 3583/MKTG 5583) Entrepreneurship
130:177(g) (MKTG 3176/MKTG 5176) Global Marketing
130:280 (MKTG 6595) Topics in Marketing
150:100 (MGMT 3100) Legal and Social Environment of Business --
150:163 (MGMT 3163) Managerial Problem Solving
150:167(g) (MGMT 4967/MGMT 5967) Strategic Supply Management
150:170 (MGMT 3170) Special Problems in Management
150:174(g) (MGMT 3974/MGMT 5974) Ethics in Business
150:175 (MGMT 4175) Business Policy and Strategy
150:189 (MGMT 3189) Seminar in International Business
150:250 (MGMT 6250) Strategic Planning and Organization Analysis
150:272 (MGMT 6262) Cross-Functional Operations
150:276 (MGMT 6276) Business Capstone Experience
160:152(g) (FIN 3160/FIN 5160) Principles of Investments
080:095 (MIL SCI 1095) Military Survival Skills
080:117 (MIL SCI 3117) Leadership in Changing Environments
080:119 (MIL SCI 3119) Leadership in a Complex World
100:040 (BUSINESS 1010) Financial Fundamentals for Entrepreneurs
100:155 (BUSINESS 3155) Socio-Economic Reality of Central America
100:169 (BUSINESS 3169) International Experience in Business
120:170(g) (ACCT 3092/ACCT 5092) Special Problems In Accounting
200:030 (EDPSYCH 2030) Dynamics of Human Development
200:109(g) (EDPSYCH 4109/EDPSYCH 5109) Development and Assessment of Young Children
200:116(g) (EDPSYCH 4116/EDPSYCH 5116) Psychology of Adolescence
200:176(g) (EDPSYCH 4176/EDPSYCH 5176) Learning and Behavioral Problems in Education
200:188(g) (EDPSYCH 4188/EDPSYCH 5188) Current Approaches to Multicultural Education
200:232 (EDPSYCH 6232) Risk and Resilience: Child, Family, School and Community Factors
210:142(g) (ELEMECML 4142/ELEMECML 5142) Applications in Elementary Science Teaching
210:161 (ELEMECML 3161) Teaching Elementary School Science
230:121 (LITED 3121) Advanced Children's Literature
230:245 (LITED 6245) Ideological, Cultural, and Sociopolitical Issues in Children's Literature
260:119 (SOCFOUND 3119) Schools and American Society
260:234 (SOCFOUND 6234) Philosophy of Education
270:232 (EDLEAD 6232) School Governance, Law and Intersystems Relations
270:319 (EDLEAD 7319) Power, Politics, and Ethics in School District Leadership
290:256 (COUN 6256) Multicultural Counseling
290:262 (COUN 6262) Intervention and Prevention in Lifespan Development
310:030 (NUTR 1030) Basic Nutrition
310:031 (NUTR 1031) Nutrition for Early Childhood Education
31F:010 (FAM SERV 1010) Human Identity and Relationships
31F:055 (FAM SERV 1055) Human Growth and Development
31F:077 (FAM SERV 2077) Management of Family Resources
31F:180(g) (FAM SERV 3180/FAM SERV 5180) Problems in Family Services
31F:184(g) (FAM SERV 4184/FAM SERV 5184) Topics in Family Services
31I:065 (INTDSGN 1001) Introduction to Interior Design
31I:066 (INTDSGN 2024) Design I
31I:068 (INTDSGN 2067) History of Interiors II
31I:125 (INTDSGN 2125) Design II
31I:126 (INTDSGN 3126) Design III
31I:127 (INTDSGN 3127) Design IV
31I:128 (INTDSGN 3128) Design V
31I:129 (INTDSGN 3129) Interior Design Standards
31I:164 (INTDSGN 3164) Professional Practice of Interior Design
31I:184 (INTDSGN 4184/INTDSGN 5184) Topics in Interior Design
31I:192 (INTDSGN 4192/INTDSGN 5192) Research in Interior Design
31I:194 (INTDSGN 4194/INTDSGN 5194) Problems in Interior Design
31I:195 (INTDSGN 4195) Internship in Interior Design
31I:198 (INTDSGN 4198) Independent Study in Interior Design.
31T:123 (TEXDSGN 3009) Textile Structures
31T:184(g) (TEXDSGN 4184/TEXDSGN 5184) Topics in Textile and Apparel
330:008 (TECH 1008) Manufacturing Processes I
330:018 (TECH 1018) Construction Resources
330:036 (TECH 2036) Power Technology
330:039 (TECH 1039) Circuits and Systems
330:043 (TECH 2043) Managing Manufacturing Systems
330:045 (TECH 2045) Construction Law and Documentation
330:065 (TECH 1065) Technology in Society and Organizations
330:100 (TECH 4100) Undergraduate Research in Construction Management
330:101(g) (TECH 3101/TECH 5101) History and Philosophy of Career and Technical Education
330:102 * (TECH 3102) Living in Our Techno-Social World
330:112 (TECH 4112) Industrial Projects I
330:135(g) (TECH 3135/TECH 5135) Product Design
330:166(g) (TECH 3166/TECH 5166) Advanced Electrical Power Systems
330:167(g) (TECH 4167/TECH 5167) Power Electronics
330:168(g) (TECH 3168/TECH 5168) Technology Training Strategies
330:173(g) (TECH 4173/TECH 5173) Construction Management
330:176 (TECH 4176) Senior Design II
330:177(g) (TECH 3177/TECH 5177) Advanced Manufacturing Processes
330:197 (TECH 4197) Industrial Projects II
330:198 (TECH 4198) Independent Study Industrial Technology
330:200 (TECH 6200) Industrial Technology Concepts and Issues
330:225 (TECH 6225) Integrated Logistics and Production
330:282 (TECH 6282) Industrial Technology Seminar
330:283 (TECH 6283) Research Prospectus Seminar
330:284 (TECH 6284) Industrial Technology
330:288 (TECH 6288) Field Study in Industrial Technology: Masters Internship
330:292 (TECH 6292) Research Methods in Industrial Technology
330:294 (TECH 6294) Technological Evolution and Innovation
330:299 (TECH 6299) Reaearch (Master's Thesis) in Industrial Technology
330:375 (TECH 7375) Historical Developments in Industrial Technology
330:376 (TECH 7376) Contemporary and Future Developments in Industrial Technology
330:377 (TECH 7377) Readings in Technology and Society
330:378 (TECH 7378) Technology, Ethics and Leadership
330:388 (TECH 7388) Doctoral Internship in Industrial Technology
330:399 (TECH 7399) Research (Doctoral Dissertation) in Industrial Technology
400:020 (PSYCH 2701) Community Service/Experiential Learning
400:050 (PSYCH 2501) Behavior Modification
400:152(g) (PSYCH 3103/PSYCH 5103) Sensation and Perception
400:160 (PSYCH 2203) Social Psychology
400:162(g) (PSYCH 3606/PSYCH 5606) Special Topics in Social Psychology
410:005 (HPE 1101) Introduction to Public Health
410:138(g) (HPE 4438/HPE 5438) International Health
410:151(g) (HPE 4551/HPE 5551) Nutrition for Health Promotion
410:160 (HPE 3160) Community and Public Health
410:168 (HPE 4768) Field Experience in Health Promotion.
410:319 (HPE 7214) Health Disparities
430:050 (LYHS 2551) Principles of Outdoor Recreation
430:070 (LYHS 2770) Principles of Tourism
430:138(g) (LYHS 4779/LYHS 5779) Community Planning Workshop
430:143(g) (LYHS 4553/LYHS 5553) Trends and Issues in Outdoor Recreation
430:170(g) (LYHS 4776/LYHS 5776) Eco, Adventure and Sport Tourism
430:187 (LYHS 4095) Internship in Leisure, Youth and Human Services
430:189 (LYHS 4080) Seminar in Leisure, Youth and Human Services
440:010 (HPELS 1010) Personal Wellness
450:041 (SW 1041) Social Welfare: A World View
450:144(g) (SW 4144/SW 5144) Social Policies and Issues
450:164(g) (SW 4164/SW 5164) Human Behavior and the Social Environment
450:212 (SW 6212) Human Behavior and the Social Environment Micro
450:213 (SW 6213) Human Behavior and the Social Environment
450:216 (SW 6216) Social Work Practice with Organizations and Communities
48C:074 (COMM 2257) Argumentation and Debate
48C:155(g) (COMM 4444/COMM 5444) Communication, Community, and Change
48J:171(g) (COMM J 4735/COMM J 5735) Advanced Reporting
48J:178(g) (COMM J 4715/COMM J 5715) Specialized Reporting: (Topics)
490:020 (THEATRE 1020) Introduction to Reading Playscripts
600:171(g) (ART 3023/ART 5023) Ceramic Raw Materials and Glaze Calculations
600:182 (ART 3035) Graphic Design: Motion Graphics
600:198 (ART 4198) Independent Study.
600:295 (ARTED 6500) Seminar in Teaching Art
600:297 (ART 6297) Practicum in Art
600:299 (ART 6299) Research in Art
620:005 (ENGLISH 1005) College Writing and Research
620:034 (ENGLISH 2120) Critical Writing About Literature
620:071 (ENGLISH 2725) Beginning Fiction Writing
620:177(g) (ENGLISH 4785/ENGLISH 5785) Applied Writing: Projects and Careers
620:232 (ENGLISH 6430) Issues in American Literature, 1865-1914
640:171 (RELS 2510) Religion and Ethics
640:173 * (RELS 3510) Bio-Medical Ethics
640:197 (RELS 3550) Ethics Practicum
650:021 (PHIL 1020) Philosophy: The Art of Thinking
650:050 (PHIL 2010) Reasoning About Moral Problems
650:105(g) (PHIL 4310/PHIL 5310) Marxisms
650:142 (PHIL 2510) Ethics
680:010 (HUM 1010) Leadership: Skills and Styles
680:122 (HUM 3122) Japan
680:124 (HUM 3124) China
680:125 (HUM 3125) India
680:132 (HUM 3132) Native North America
680:137 (HUM 3137) Native Central and South America
680:188 (HUM 3188) Seminar on Leadership Development: The Future
740:132 (GER 3032) German-American Experience
780:152(g) (SPAN 3052/SPAN 5052) Contemporary Hispanic Culture
800:175(g) (STAT 3776/STAT 5776) Regression Analysis
800:221 (MATH 6207) Mathematics Literacy in an Information Age
810:140(g) (CS 4400/CS 5400) System Administration
810:143(g) (CS 3430/CS 5430) Operating Systems
810:147(g) (CS 3470/CS 5470) Networking
820:031 (SCI ED 1300) Inquiry into Physical Science
820:095 (SCI ED 1600) Exploring Science Teaching
820:181 (SCI ED 2300) Investigations in Physical Science
820:196 (SCI ED 3200) Current Technologies in Science Teaching
820:198 (SCI ED 4198) Independent Study in Science and Science Education
820:200 (SCI ED 6700) The History, Philosophy, and Nature of Science
820:209 (PSM 6100) Business Management for Science Professionals
820:215 (SCI ED 6300) Team-Based Problem Solving
820:270 (SCI ED 6400) Special Problems in Science Education
820:290 (SCI ED 6900) Trends and Issues in Science Education
820:294 (SCI ED 6600) Developing Science Curricula
840:014 (BIOL 1014) Life: Continuity and Change
840:015 (BIOL 1015) Life: Continuity and Change - Lab
840:060 (BIOL 1060) Careers in Biology:___________
840:084 (BIOL 3084) Introduction to Natural History Interpretation
840:143(g) (BIOL 4143/BIOL 5143) Biogeography and Origins of Diversity
840:151 (BIOL 3151) General Microbiology
840:154(g) (BIOL 4154/BIOL 5154) Aquatic Ecology
840:155(g) (BIOL 4155/BIOL 5155) Ecotoxicology
840:174 (BIOL 3174) Field Biology: ___________ --
840:178(g) (BIOL 4178/BIOL 5178) Fire Management in Ecosystems
840:179 (BIOL 3179) Cooperative Education
840:180(g) (BIOL 4180/BIOL 5180) Restoration Ecology
840:185 (BIOL 3185) Readings in Biology
840:189 (BIOL 3189) Seminar in Biology
840:190 (BIOL 3190) Undergraduate Research in Biology
840:191 (BIOL 3191) Senior Thesis in Biology
840:193(g) (BIOL 4193/BIOL 5193) Methods for Teaching Life Science
840:289 (BIOL 6289) Seminar in Biology
840:297 (BIOL 6297) Practicum in Biology
840:299 (BIOL 6299) Research in Biology
840:29R (BIOL 629R) Directed Research.
860:211 (CHEM 6610) Corporate Chemistry
860:240 (CHEM 6620) Special Problems in Chemistry
860:29R (CHEM 629R) Directed Research in Chemistry
870:021 (EARTHSCI 1200) Elements of Weather
870:031 (EARTHSCI 1300) Introduction to Geology
870:037 (EARTHSCI 1410) Field Studies in ____________
870:123(g) (EARTHSCI 3230/EARTHSCI 5230) Air Quality
870:137(g) (EARTHSCI 3410/EARTHSCI 5410) Field Studies in ____________
870:141(g) (EARTHSCI 3330/EARTHSCI 5330) Geomorphology
870:177(g) (EARTHSCI 3250/EARTHSCI 5250) Measurement and Analysis of Air Quality
870:180 (EARTHSCI 4400) Undergraduate Research in Earth Science
870:189(g) (EARTHSCI 3420/EARTHSCI 5420) Readings in Earth Science
870:297 (EARTHSCI 6297) Practicum in Earth Science
880:144(g) (PHYSICS 4200/PHYSICS 5200) Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
880:148(g) (PHYSICS 4210/PHYSICS 5210) Intermediate Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
880:152(g) (PHYSICS 4300/PHYSICS 5300) Introduction to Electronics
880:250 (PHYSICS 6500) Special Problems in Physics
890:030 (IA LL 2030) Natural History Workshop
890:040 (IA LL 2040) Archaeology
890:064 (IA LL 2046) Biology of Aquatic Plants
890:102(g) (IA LL 3102/IA LL 5102) Plant-Animal Interactions
890:111(g) (IA LL 3111/IA LL 5111) Summer Writing Festival at Iowa Lakeside Laboratory
890:121(g) (IA LL 3121/IA LL 5121) Plant Ecology
890:132 (IA LL 3132) Ecology
890:134(g) (IA LL 3134/IA LL 5134) Animals and their Ecosystems
890:140(g) (IA LL 3140/IA LL 5140) Water Policy & Politics
890:142(g) (IA LL 3142/IA LL 5142) Watershed Hydrology and Surficial Processes
890:144(g) (IA LL 3144/IA LL 5144) Ecosystems of North America
890:160(g) (IA LL 3160/IA LL 5160) Restoration Ecology
890:161(g) (IA LL 3161/IA LL 5161) Introduction To GIS
890:163 (IA LL 3163) Conservation Biology
890:165(g) (IA LL 3165/IA LL 5165) Behavioral Ecology
890:175(g) (IA LL 3175/IA LL 5175) Soil Genesis and Landscape Relationships
890:178 (IA LL 4178/IA LL 5178) Analysis of Environmental Data
890:193 (IA LL 4193) Undergraduate Research
890:198 (IA LL 4198) Undergraduate Independent Study
890:217 (IA LL 6217) Ecology and Systematics of Diatoms
890:225 (IA LL 6225) Physical Limnology
890:240 (IA LL 6240) Natural History Workshop
890:286 (IA LL 6286) Studies in ____________
890:291 (IA LL 6291) Graduate Internships
890:299 (IA LL 6299) Research --
900:020 (SOC SCI 1020) Women, Men, and Society
920:054 (ECON 1051) Principles of Microeconomics
920:125(g) (ECON 3229/ECON 5229) Cost-Benefit Analysis
920:148(g) (ECON 3253/ECON 5253) Urban and Regional Economics
920:181(g) (ECON 4380/ECON 5380) Directed Research in Economics
920:285 (ECON 6285) Individual Readings in Economics
920:299 (ECON 6299) Research in Economics
940:020 (POL GEN 1020) Contemporary Political Problems
940:181 (POL GEN 3181) Internship in Politics
940:184 (POL GEN 3184) Senior Seminar in Political
940:188 (POL GEN 3188) Seminar in Political Science
940:189(g) (POL GEN 4189/POL GEN 5189) Readings in Political Science
940:198 (POL GEN 4198) Independent Study in Political Science.
940:285 (POL GEN 6285) Individual Readings in Political Science
941:050 (POL THRY 1050) Introduction to Political Theory: Freedom, Justice and Power
941:161 (POL THRY 3161) Modern Political Theory
942:132 (POL AMER 3132) Community Politics
942:143(g) (POL AMER 4143/POL AMER 5143) Citizen Participation and Civic Engagement
942:166 (POL AMER 3166) Political Parties and Interest Groups
942:176(g) (POL AMER 4176/POL AMER 5176) Topics in Public Policy
942:188(g) (POL AMER 4188/POL AMER 5188) Seminar in Public Administration
943:119(g) (POL INTL 4119/POL INTL 5119) Politics of the Global Economy
943:125(g) (POL INTL 4125/POL INTL 5125) North-South Relations
950:205 (PUBPOL 6205) Research Seminar in Public Policy
950:260 (PUBPOL 6260) Policy Analysis: Methods and Approaches
950:281 (PUBPOL 6281) Internship in Public Policy
950:285 (PUBPOL 6285) Readings in Public Policy
961:014 (HISUS 1110) United States History to 1877 --
961:015 (HISUS 1120) United States History since 1877
961:120(g) (HISUS 4235/HISUS 5235) Popular Culture in the United States
970:040 (GEOG 1110) World Geography
970:111(g) (GEOG 4110/GEOG 5110) Cultural Geography
970:121(g) (GEOG 4180/GEOG 5180) Locational Analysis for Business
970:127(g) (GEOG 4210/GEOG 5210) Climatology
970:129(g) (GEOG 4230/GEOG 5230) Rivers
970:137 (GEOG 3210) Natural Hazards and Disasters
970:141(g) (GEOG 4150/GEOG 5150) Regional Geography: (Variable Topic)
970:151(g) (GEOG 4160/GEOG 5160) Historical Geography: (Variable Topic)
970:160(g) (GEOG 4340/GEOG 5340) Spatial Data Analysis
970:164 (GEOG 2310) Geographic Information Systems I
970:170(g) (GEOG 4310/GEOG 5310) GIS Applications: (Variable Topic)
970:173(g) (GEOG 4370/GEOG 5370) Remote Sensing of the Environment
970:174(g) (GEOG 4320/GEOG 5320) Geographic Information Systems II
970:179 (GEOG 3179) Cooperative Education in Geography
970:180 (GEOG 4550) Senior Seminar in Geography
970:181 (GEOG 4560) Professional Seminar in Geography
970:186 (GEOG 3186) Studies In: (Variable Topics).
970:189 (GEOG 3580) Readings in Geography
970:193 (GEOG 3598) Research Experience in Geography
970:202 (GEOG 6000) Graduate Colloquium
970:280 (GEOG 6550) Seminar in Geography
970:285 (GEOG 6285) Readings in Geography
970:286 (GEOG 6286) Studies In: (Variable Topics).
970:298 (GEOG 6598) Directed Research Project in Geography
970:299 (GEOG 6299) Research in Geography
980:001 (SOC 1000) Introduction to Sociology
980:060 (SOC 1060) Social Problems
980:100(g) (SOC 3075/SOC 5075) Social Psychology
980:135(g) (SOC 3045/SOC 5045) Social Inequality
980:138(g) (SOC 3060/SOC 5060) Sociology of Culture
980:156(g) (SOC 3040/SOC 5040) Social Movements
980:180(g) (SOC 3170/SOC 5170) Seminar in Sociology
980:189(g) (SOC 3130/SOC 5130) Readings in Sociology
980:198 (SOC 4198) Independent Study in Sociology
980:280 (SOC 6170) Seminar in Sociology
982:175 (CRIM 4575) Senior Seminar in Criminology
982:280 (CRIM 6260) Seminar in Criminology
990:132 (ANTH 2410) Native North America
990:137 (ANTH 2411) Native Central and South America
990:144 (ANTH 3430) Prehistory of the American Southwest
990:148(g) (ANTH 3410/ANTH 5410) Applied Anthropology
CAP:103 (CAP 3103) Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Genocide: Case Studies
CAP:151 (CAP 3151) Money, Sex and Power: Theories of Race, Class and Gender
XXX:19P (UNIV 119P) Presidential Scholars Research


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