Minor in Sustainable Community Development
The Sustainable Community Development minor prepares students to be create a more socially and environmentally balanced world through both design and planning. Our courses provide both theoretical knowledge and professional skills in the cultural and ecological aspects of the built environment. The minor requires 5 courses selected from core classes within the Sustainable Community Development curriculum. The five courses for the Sustainable Community Development minor can be selected from the following classes, several of which are available as on-line courses during the summer:
SUSTCOMM 140 Awareness of the Visual Environment
SUSTCOMM 125 Global Cities and Global Issues
SUSTCOMM 195C Transforming Your World: Introduction to Community Engagement
SUSTCOMM 205 Dynamics of Human Habitation
SUSTCOMM 297L Visual Communication: Design Principles and Digital Skills
SUSTCOMM 335 Plants in the Landscape
SUSTCOMM 543 Landscape Architecture History I
SUSTCOMM 544 Landscape Architecture History II
SUSTCOMM 574 City Planning
SUSTCOMM 577 Urban Policies
SUSTCOMM 591B Sustainable Cities
LANDARCH 547/L Landscape Pattern and Process + Lab
Additional classes in SUSTCOMM, LANDARCH, or REGIONPL may count toward the minor with prior approval of the Undergraduate Program Director.
All coursework for the minor must be completed with a grade of C- or better.