Sustainable Science Management: Degree Path 2018-04-10T18:59:35+00:00

 

Degree Path for Full-Time students

LOWER DIVISION COURSES AND REQUIREMENTS

First Semester (Fall)
SSM 101 Principles of Sustainability
BUSN 150 or ICS 101
CHEM 151 or CHEM 161/161L
PSY 100 Survey of Psychology
ENG 100 Composition
Total

Credits
3
3
4
3
3
16

Second Semester (Spring)
ECON 130 or 131
ENRG 1036 Energy Production Systems
FG course3
CHEM 162 and 162L, or GIS 150
MATH 1151 Statistics
Total

Credits
3
3
3
4
3
16

Third Semester (Fall)
BIO 171 and 171L Intro Biology I
MATH 135 Elementary Functions
SSM 201, or OCN 201 and 201L2
HWST 107 or 207, or HIST 284
ACC 201 Financial Accounting
Total

Credits
4
3
3/4
3
3
16/17

Fourth Semester (Spring)
COM 215/PSY 253 Conflict Resolution
ENG 210 Research Writing
BLAW 200, or MATH 203 or 2054
SSM 202 Sustainable Island Communities
ZOOL 200 Marine Biology
Total

Credits
3
3
3
3
4
16

UPPER DIVISION COURSES AND REQUIREMENTS

Junior Year (Fall)
SSM 302 Environmental Health
SSM 375 Renewable Energy Conversions or Elective
MGT 310 Principles of Management
ENG 316 Advanced Research Writing
AQUA 362 Aquaculture and Mariculture
Total

Credits
3
3
3
3
3
15

Junior Year (Spring)
SSM 301 Sustainable Organizations
SSM 393v Internship
SSM 402 Water Resources Management
PHIL 323 Professional Ethics
Upper division program elective5
Total

Credits
3
3
3
3
3
15

Senior Year (Fall)
SSM 422 Sustainable Systems Thinking
SSM 495 Capstone I
HUM 400 Changes & Choices
Upper division program elective5
Upper division program elective5
Total

Credits
3
3
3
3
3
15

Senior Year (Spring)
SSM 401 Environmental Law, Policy, and Justice
SSM 403 Renewable Energy Integration, or elective
SSM 496 Capstone II
BIOL 424 Protected Species Management
COM 459 Intercultural Communication II
Total

Credits
3
3
3
3
3
15

Tuition and Fees: A tuition differential exists for upper division courses numbered 300 or higher.
1Note: Statistics requirement may be met by BUS 310 or OCN 250 upon approval of program coordinator.
2Note: OCN 201 and 201L is required for students focusing on marine studies in their upper division coursework.
3Note: Foundations Global Multicultural Perspectives: Choose one course (3 credits) from either of two groups (FGA, FGC).
4Note: Calculus is a prerequisite for SSM 403 and other upper level courses.
5Note: At least 6 credits of electives shall be 400-level courses. Select upper division eleective credits to achieve at least 124 credits total for the degree, not less than 60 of which must be in upper division
6Note: Check with SSM coordinator for pertinent SSM course option.

The Sustainable Science Management program is partially funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor in the amount of $320,694. Funding does not pay for student costs to participate. The Sustainable Science Management program is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. TDD/TTY: 808.984.3325.