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Sustainability Definition

ICC's Greening the Curriculum Committee's definition of Sustainability in the Curriculum is: "Sustainability-based curricula equip students with knowledge and skills to identify and analyze problems from economic, societal, and environmental perspectives, and to address such problems in constructive ways that promote the general welfare."

SUSTAINABILITY RELATED COURSES are those that include sustainability as an aspect of the course, but not as the primary focus. This type of course may include a sustainability project, unit, or module, or may include sustainability issues or perspectives.

  • ARCTK 201: Fundamentals of Building ConstructionInstructor: Tom McMarrow
  • AGBUS 110: Economics of Food, Fiber and Natural ResourcesInstructor: Grant Grebner
  • AGBUS 111: Introduction to Agriculture EconomicsInstructor: Grant Grebner
  • AGBUS 200: Internship IInstructor: Grant Grebner
  • AGBUS 214: Internship IIInstructor: Grant Grebner
  • AGRI 110: Introduction to Animal ScienceInstructor: Grant Grebner
  • AGRI 111: Pork ProductionInstructor: Grant Grebner
  • AGRI 114: Ruminant Animal ProductionInstructor: Grant Grebner
  • ARCH 132: Architectural Construction IIInstructor: Tom McMarrow
  • ARCTK 227: Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for BuildingsInstructor: Tom McMarrow
  • BIOL 115: Native Plants and AnimalsInstructor: Kristin Jacobson Flex
  • BIOL 110: Life ScienceInstructor: Jen Scoby
  • BIOL 160: Bioprinciples IInstructor: Jen Scoby
  • BIOL 250: Field Course to the Rocky MountainsInstructor: Kristin Jacobson Flex
  • BUS 110: Introduction to BusinessInstructor: Wes Williams
  • CHEM 130: General ChemistryInstructor: Billy Cook
  • CHEM 131: General ChemistryInstructor: Billy Cook
  • CHEM 132: General ChemistryInstructor: Billy Cook
  • CMNET 150: Computer Hardware InfrastructireInstructor: Paulette Sibrel
  • EERE 120: Solar Domestic Hot WaterInstructor: Steve Flinn/Brian Weaver
  • EERE 121: Solar Space HeatingInstructor: Steve Flinn/Brian Weaver
  • EERE 122: Residential SDHW Siter AssessorInstructor: Steve Flinn/Brian Weaver
  • EERE 123: Solar Water Heating LabInstructor: Steve Flinn/Brian Weaver
  • EERE 124: Solar Thermal DesignInstructor: Steve Flinn/Brian Weaver
  • EERE 151: Basic Photovoltaic SystemsInstructor: Steve Flinn
  • EERE 153: Principles of Residential Photovoltaic Site AssessmentInstructor: Steve Flinn
  • EERE 155: Intermediate Photovoltaic SystemsInstructor: Steve Flinn
  • EERE 161: Photovoltaic System InstallationInstructor: Steve Flinn/Brian Weaver
  • EERE 163: Photovoltaic System DesignInstructor: Steve Flinn/Brian Weaver
  • EERE 165: Photovoltaic Systems and the National Electrical CodeInstructor: Steve Flinn/Brian Weaver
  • EERE 167: Principles of Battery-Based Photovoltaic SystemsInstructor: Steve Flinn/Brian Weaver
  • ENGL 116: Agricultural CommunicationsInstructor: Sarah Parlier
  • GEOG 112: Cultural GeographyInstructor: Eric Christian
  • GEOG 113: World Regional GeographyInstructor: Eric Christian
  • GEOG 116: Geography of the Developing WorldInstructor: Eric Christian
  • GEOG 118: Geography of the Developed WorldInstructor: Eric Christian
  • HIST 111: Early World CivilizationsInstructor: David Thompson
  • HIST 112: Modern World CivilizationsInstructor: David Thompson
  • HIST 118: Modern Western CivilizationInstructor: David Thompson
  • HIST 202: American History Since 1877Instructor: David Thompson
  • INTST 132: International Studies in Latin AmericaInstructor: Barbara Bruton
  • INTST 133: Cultures & Civilizations of Sub-Saharan AfricaInstructor: Terri Morrow/Edwina Jordan
  • MACTR 121: Machine Operation IInstructor: Dan Boulton
  • MACTR 122: Machine Operation IIInstructor: Dan Boulton
  • MACTR 123: Machine Operation IIIInstructor: Dan Boulton
  • MATH 135: Calculus for Business and Social SciencesInstructor: Deanna Welsch
  • MGMT 113: Principles of ManagementInstructor: Wes Williams
  • MKTG 112: Principles of MarketingInstructor: Pam Dewey
  • OFOCC 210: Administrative Office ProceduresInstructor: Dorothy Dean
  • REACT 110: Refrigeration IInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • REACT 111: Principles of Heat Loss/GainInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • REACT 112: Residential Ar ConditioningInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • REACT 113: Duct DesignInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • REACT 118: Electricity As It Applies To HVAC/RInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • REACT 119: Sheetmetal For HVAC/RInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • REACT 120: Residential FurnacesInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • REACT 121: Heat Pumps and GeothermalInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • REACT 130: Commercial Refrigeration and Ice Machines IInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • REACT 131: Commercial Refrigeration and Ice Machines IIInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • REACT 141: Topics In HVAC/R IndustryInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • SOC 110: Introduction to SociologyInstructor: Patricial Cole
  • SOC 213: Introduction to Cultural AnthropologyInstructor: Barbara Burton

SUSTAINABILITY FOCUSED COURSES are those that concentrate on sustainability as the central subject or main theme throughout the course. Such courses enable students to identify and analyze sustainability issues from social, economic, and environmental perspectives, which help prepare them to address sustainability-related problems in constructive ways for the benefit of society.

  • BIOL 114: Environmental BiologyInstructor: Kristin Jacobson Flex/Jen Scoby
  • DECOM 104: Deconstruction ProjectInstructor: Anne Nicklin
  • DECON 101: Introduction to DeconstructionInstructor: Anne Nicklin
  • DECON 102: Deconstruction Methods and MaterialsInstructor: Anne Nicklin
  • DECON 103: Principles of Deconstruction AssessmentInstructor: Anne Nicklin
  • GRBCR 150: Building Envelope EvaluationInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • GRBE 110: Intoduction to Green Building NeedsInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • GRBE 120: Building Energy AnalysisInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • GRBE 130: Central Heating and Colling PlantInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • GRBE 140: Indoor Air Quality and Green Building NeedsInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • GRBE 150: Green Building Environmental ProjectsInstructor: Brian Weaver
  • PHYSC 110: Energy and the EnvironmentInstructor: Ed Stermer

Our Initiatives

  • Greening Your Curriculum (GYC) Training Series
  • Greening the Curriculum Committee


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Our Initiatives

  • Sustainability-Related Programs & Training
  • IGEN Career Pathways Consortium (TAACCCT)


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