The certificate in sustainability offers an interdisciplinary approach to sustainability as a concept, area of study, social practice, organizational goal, and policy objective that concerns the effects and durability of relationships and interactions between social and biophysical systems. The certificate requires at least two credit hours of internship experience (students must secure their own internship), and four courses selected from options in different groups. All internships must be approved through the Undergraduate Director before they can be applied to this certificate.
Certificate Requirements (14-17 Hours)
Students interested in this certificate should contact the Undergraduate Director in Geosciences to enroll in the program. Courses that apply to a degree program in Geosciences also may be used in support of the certificate; however, only one course can be applied to two different certificates.