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The following is a list of sustainability-related and sustainability-focused courses offered at Laurier Brantford.

Sustainability-Focused Courses

Contemporary Studies        

  • CT212    Environmental Issues and Responses
  • CT401    Food

Criminology    

  • CC306    Global Justice

Human Rights and Human Diversity    

  • HR328    The United Nations in the 21st Century

Indigenous Studies    

  • ID201    Indigenous Perspectives on Global Issues

Sustainability-Related Courses

Contemporary Studies   

  • CT111    Regions in Context -- the Grand River
  • CT122    Social and Political Thought
  • CT201    Criminology and Contemporary Issues
  • CT310    Blending Economic Theory and Law: Money, Markets and Justice
  • CT450    The City in Contemporary Life
  • CT499    Interdisciplinarity in Practice

Criminology   

  • CC308    Corporate Deviance and Crime
  • CC312    Madness, Pollution and Crime

Environment and Society   

  • EY101    Environment and Society: A Historical Perspective
  • EY301    Environmental Communication
  • EY302    Climate Change and Society

Health Studies

  • HS200    Social Determinants of Health
  • HS219    Disabilities
  • HS303    Environment and Health

Human Rights and Human Diversity   

  • HR100    Human Rights & Human Diversity
  • HR321    Journalism, Human Rights and International Development
  • HR329    Global Health and Social Justice
  • HR331    Human Rights and the Environment
  • HR402    Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Human Rights

Journalism

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

Law and Society   

  • LY210    The Role of Harm in Canadian Law: What’s Right, What’s Wrong and What Hurts

Leadership   

  • OL260    Organizations and Social Change
  • OL300    Ethics and Organizational Responsibility
  • OL350    Multicultural Competence

Media Studies   

  • MX201    Media and Modernity