The SUSL/C course attribute is awarded to courses integrating key sustainability concepts.
Sustainability course attributes are applied to courses that integrate fundamental concepts of sustainability including equity, economy, and environment. Courses from across campus have Sustainability-Limited and Sustainability-Complete attributes.
What are the course attributes?
- Sustainability—Limited (SUSL): Course content incorporates a unit or module on sustainability or a sustainability challenge, includes one or more sustainability-focused activities, or integrates two of the three sustainability concepts throughout the course.
- Sustainability—Complete (SUSC): Course content identifies and describes the relationship between the course topic, equity, economy, and environmental dimensions.
Why get a course attribute?
- Help students navigate to courses with sustainability content relevant to their interests;
- Recruit students to your major;
- Have your graduate-level course be counted towards the Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Sustainability;
- Have your undergraduate courses eligible for elective status for undergraduate Environmental & Sustainability Studies majors;
- Help the university become recognized for its depth and breadth of curriculum.
How can my course get a SUSL/C attribute?
The SUSC/ SUSL course designation process is under review at this time. If you have a course you would like to submit for review, contact Meghan Burrows.
Please note special topics courses cannot receive a designation though they may be approved as electives for the graduate certificate on an individual basis.