San Diego State University has witnessed a strong growth in academics related to sustainability.
The sustainability curriculum provides the necessary breadth and depth of knowledge, skills, and critical and creative thinking to implement solutions for, and adapt with, the interconnected ecosystems for present and future generations.
A list of currently identified sustainability courses are available here. If you have a course that meets requirements, please email [email protected]. Sustainable SDSU will be tracking sustainability-related and focused courses, another good reference for sustainability classes is available from the Sustainability Major.
The Sustainability major and minor programs have been successfully developed, and several other academic majors incorporate aspects of sustainability: geography; civil, construction and environmental engineering; mechanical engineering; electrical engineering; public health; city planning; and marketing. The Sage Program provides an opportunity for students to directly engage with communities on real world, sustainability-related issues.
Since the Sustainability Major was introduced in Fall 2012 with only 6 students, the major has grown to almost 200. Check out the enrollment trends.