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Th The following is a list of sustainability-related and sustainability-focused courses offered by the Faculty of Arts. Please note that course content varies depending on the assigned instructor, and that some courses are not offered every term.



Sustainability-Focused Courses

Anthropology

  • AN463 Environments, Environmentalisms and Nature/Culture

Environment and Society

  • EY302 Climate Change and Society

Environmental Studies

  • ES290 Global Resource and Environmental Issues
  • ES296 Introduction to Sustainability
  • ES/GG356 Development and the Environment
  • ES496 Theory and Practice of Sustainability

Geography

  • GG290 Global Resources and Environmental Issues
  • GG350 Canadian Issues
  • GG362 Global Food Systems
  • GG389 Climate Change

Global Studies

  • GS351 Nature, Culture and Development
  • GS441 Ecological Citizenship

Human Rights and Diversity

  • HR231 Human Rights and the Environment

Indigenous Studies

  • ID301 Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Society, Culture and Environment

  • CT210 Environment & Society: Historical Perspectives
  • CT215 Environmental Concerns: from the Grand to the Globe
  • CT302 Climate Change & Society
  • CT312 Sustainability & Global Society
  • CT401 Food
  • CT415 Practising Sustainability
  • CT417 Special Topics in Environment and Sustainability

Philosophy

  • PP224 Philosophy and the Environment

Political Science

  • PO316 Environment and Nature Resource Politics in Canada

Psychology

  • PS383 Environment, Psychology and Action

Sociology

  • SY406 Environmental Sociology

Sustainability-Related Courses

Anthropology

  • AN200 Key Concepts in Contemporary Anthropology
  • AN229 Aboriginal Peoples of Canada
  • AN237 Cross-Cultural Studies of Change
  • AN343 Culture and Society in Latin America

Archaeology and Classical Studies

  • AR246 Environment and Archaeology
  • AR102 Introduction to Archaeology
  • AR219 Field Archaeology
  • AR241 Historical Archaeology
  • AR250 Digital Heritage and Archaeology
  • AR342 Cultural Heritage Issues in Historical & Industrial Archaeology
  • AR343 Heritage Preservation and Structural Recording in Historical & Industrial Archaeology
  • AR336 Culture and Resource Management
  • AR372 Archaeological Collections Management
  • CL101 The Greek World
  • CL102 Roman Civilization
  • CL/HI226 History of Ancient Rome

Christian Studies & Global Citizenship

  • GC343 Christian Studies and Ecojustice

Education

  • EU 415 Science and Technology Education I
  • EU433 Outdoor Education and Environmental Education
  • EU 434 Global Education
  • EU464 Teaching Methods: Social Studies, History and Geography

English and Film Studies

  • EN107 Literature and Catastrophe
  • EN108 Literature and the Environment
  • EN220 Reading Culture
  • EN250 Literature, Nature, Ecocentrism
  • EN280 Indigenous Writers
  • EN330 Human Rights in Contemporary Cultural Forms

Environment and Society

  • EY101 Environment and Society: A Historical Perspective
  • EY301 Environmental Communication

Environmental Studies

  • ES101 Introduction to Environmental Studies
  • ES102 Environmental Problems and Approaches
  • ES291 Geography of Resource Policy and Administration
  • ES293 Social-Ecological Systems Approaches
  • ES295 Ecotourism and the Environment
  • ES297 Geography of Water Resources-Canada
  • ES298 Environmental Thought
  • ES391 Wildlife & Rural Land Resources Management
  • ES392 Environmental Impact Assessment
  • ES397 World Water Environment and Development Issues
  • ES398 Parks & Protected Areas
  • ES401 Theory & Practice of Ecosystem-Based Management
  • ES493 Problems in Land Resources Management
  • ES494 Northern Resources & Environments

Geography

  • GG102 Intro to Human Geography
  • GG231 Risks and Disasters
  • GG261 Geography of Energy
  • GG391 Wildlife and Rural Land Resources Management
  • GG395 The World's Problem Environments
  • GG396 Natural Hazards
  • GG397 World Water Environment and Development Issues
  • GG486 Seminar on Coastal Environments
  • GG494 Northern Resources and Environments

Global Studies

  • GS212 Theories of Development
  • GS 232: Peace & Conflict Transformation
  • GS361 Disasters and Development
  • GS 405A Global Lives of Natural Resources

Health Studies

  • HS303 Environment and Health

History

  • HI322 Social History of Modern Canada
  • HI344 Native Peoples of Eastern Canada
  • HI345 Native Peoples of Western Canada
  • HI377 Science and Environment in Canadian History
  • HI424 Reading Seminar on Nature and Environment in Canadian History
  • HI425 Reading Seminar on Science, Culture and Society in Canadian History
  • HI474 Nature and Environment in Canadian History
  • HI476 Aboriginal North America

Human Rights and Diversity

  • HR100 Human Rights & Human Diversity
  • HR163 Introduction to International Development
  • HR301 Development Theories, Strategies and Issues
  • HR328 The United Nations in the 21st Century
  • HR329 Global Health and Social Justice
  • HR402 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Human Rights

Indigenous Studies

  • ID201 Indigenous Perspectives on Global Issues
  • ID/CT 120 Introduction to Indigenous Studies

Journalism

  • JN206 The Margin and the Mainstream
  • JN212 Journalism and Social Change
  • JN301 Environmental Communication
  • JN303 Public Journalism and Social Advocacy
  • JN327 Social Documentary

Society, Culture and Environment

  • CT100 Current Issues in Global Context
  • CT202 Science and Cultural Issues
  • CT208 Science, Truths and Values
  • CT250 Themes in Global Capitalism
  • CT404 Issues in Development and Social Entrepreneurship
  • CT450 The City in Contemporary Life
  • CT455 Struggles in Capitalism Today
  • CT487 The Medicine Garden

Leadership

  • OL340 Leadership, Organizational Culture and Change
  • OL322/HR322 Non-Governmental Organizations
  • OL370 Power and Governance in Organizations

North American Studies

  • NO240 North America: Business and Society
  • NO/GG 201 North American Transborder Region

Philosophy

  • PP224 Philosophy and the Environment

Political Science

  • PO319 African Politics
  • PO360 Canadian Mass Politics
  • PO433 Issues and Policy-making in Canada
  • PO494 Programming in Fragile States

Psychology

  • PS374 Applied Social Psychology

Religion and Culture

  • RE330 Controversial Religious Issues and Movements

Social Work

  • SK121 Introduction to Social Work: Values, Ethics and Practice

Sociology

  • SY414 Social Movements