Courses

At MacEwan University, you can take credit courses that introduce you to, and engage you with, sustainability issues and ideas. Some courses focus primarily on sustainability, while others include sustainability components.

Sustainability courses

Sustainability courses are courses in which the primary focus is on sustainability and understanding its challenges.

     SUST 201 - Introduction to Sustainability
     ANTH 410 - Humans, Climate and Culture
     BUSN 201 - Introduction to Sustainable Business
     EASC 294 - Resources and the Environment
     EASC 374 - Sustainable Energy Development
     INTB 310 - Global Business and Sustainability

 

Courses with sustainability components

Courses that include sustainability components focus primarily on topics other than sustainability, but incorporate a unit or module on sustainability or integrate sustainability issues throughout the course.

     ANTH 399 - Ecological Perspectives in Anthropology
     BIOL 103 - Humans and Their Environment
     BIOL 361 - Marine Biology
     BIOL 365 - Tropical Rainforest Ecology
     BIOL 367 - Conservation Biology
     BUSN 450 - Strategic Management
     EASC 238 - Geology of Natural Resources
     ECON 213 - Introduction to Economics of Developing Countries
     ECON 365 - Resource Economics
     ECON 366 - Energy Economics
     ECON 369 - Economics of the Environment
     ECON 414 - Development Economics
     ECON 467 - Environmental and Natural Resource Policy
     ENGG 101 - Orientation to the Engineering Profession II
     ORGA 422 - Contemporary Issues in Management
     PHIL 355 - Philosophy of the Environment
     PHSC 300 - Alberta Oil and Gas Industry
     POLS 349 - Topics in International Politics
     SCMT 322 - Business Logistics Management
     SOWK 204 - Social Policy and Anti-Oppressive Practice
     SOWK 210 - Community Practice Methods III