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Courses and Materials

Part of the InTeGrate Middle Tennessee State University Program Model

Advising for Sustainability

Geosciences courses can be used to support students' interests and goals in sustainability. For example, course sequences that include:

Physical Geography: Physical Geography concentration
Earth Science: Earth Science concentration

Courses and teaching materials adopted, adapted, or developed by the project.

Courses

Geol 1030; Introduction to Earth Science (Geosciences)

Instructors: Mark Abolins and Warner Cribb
Term(s) and Year(s) Offered: Spring and Fall, 2016
Course Level: introductory
Modules used: Humans' Dependence on Earth's Mineral Resources, Living on the Edge, A Growing Concern, Environmental Justice and Freshwater Resources, Hurricanes, Climate of Change

PSCI 1130H; Contemporary Issues in Science (Honors College)

Instructor: Judith Iriarte-Gross
Term(s) and Year(s) Offered: Spring, 2016
Course Level: introductory (Honors)
Module used: Map Your Hazards

PGEO 4020; Environmental Issues, Impacts, and Sustainability (Geosciences)

Instructor: Patricia ("Pat") Boda
Term(s) and Year(s) Offered: Fall, 2016
Course Level: upper-level undergraduate
Module used: Interactions between Water, Earth's Surface, and Human Activity

PS 3160; American Public Policy (Political Science and International Relations)

Instructor: Lisa Langenbach
Term(s) and Year(s) Offered: Spring, 2016
Course Level: upper-level undergraduate
Module used: Humans' Dependence on Earth's Mineral Resources

ABAS 4190; International Agriculture (Agribusiness and Agriscience)

Instructor: Tony Johnston
Term(s) and Year(s) Offered: Winter Break (late 2015 and early 2016)
Course Level: upper-level undergraduate
Module used: A Growing Concern