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Course Lists

The following list includes courses designated as "sustainability-focused" and "sustainability-related." Courses were self-reported by faculty or department heads, or identified from the course catalog. This list includes course offerings from 2013-14, and may not be up-to-date with current course offerings; nor does it include non-Pomona courses included in the Environmental Analysis curriculum. Please see the Environmental Analysis Program website for more information about the EA curriculum.

Sustainability-Focused Courses

Art History
Modern Architecture, City, Landscape and Sustainability  

Biology
Urban Ecology
Conservation Biology  

Economics
Environmental Economics
Natural Resource Economics & Policy  

English
Early Modern Environments
Religion, Literature, and the Environment  

Environmental Analysis
Intro to Environmental Analysis
Science and the Environment
Green Urbanism
Food, Land & the Environment
Water in the West
Thesis in Environmental Analysis
Environmental Seminar  

History
Global Environmental Histories  

Politics
Politics of Environmental Justice
Politics of Community Design
Science, Technology, and Public Policy
Latin American Politics  

Religious Studies
Divine Body: Religion and Environment  

Sociology
Population & the Environment

 

Sustainability-Related Courses

Biology
Insect Ecology & Behavior w/Lab
Biology of Garden Plants
Intro to Ecology & Evolutionary Biology w/Lab
Aquatic Ecology  

Chemistry
Environmental Chemistry
Organic Chemistry 110a and 110b  

Critical Inquiry Seminar
Critical Inquiry Seminar - Arts Immersion: Air
Critical Inquiry Seminar - Cold Places  

Economics
International Economics
Energy Policy Economics
Applied Econometrics  

French
Frenchness: May '68-2008 and beyond  

Geology
Mineralogy w/Laboratory
Geophysics w/ Laboratory
Introduction to Geology: Paleontology/Evolution of the Earth's Biosphere
Introduction to Geology: Planetary Geology
Introduction to Geology: Geohazards
Oceanography
Introduction to GIS
Remote Sensing
Sedimentology
Geochemistry  

History
Food/Culture/Power in Asia/Pacific  

International Relations
Intro to International Relations  

Linguistics
Introduction to Linguistics  

Media Studies
Intro to Media Studies
Introduction to Film
Image and Revolution: Japanese New Wave Cinema and Beyond  

Philosophy
Bioethics
Discovery, Invention, and Progress.  

Politics
Writing About Justice
International Organizations, Communication and Power
Green Political Theory  

Physical Education
Beginning Backpacking
Intro to Wilderness Survival
Hiking/Geocaching  

Physics
Physics in Society: Energy Policy
Modern Physics
Thermal Physics  

Psychology
Emotion w/ Lab
Intro to Psychology
Affective Neuroscience  

Russian
Contemporary Russian Culture and Society  

Sociology
Global Systems and Society
Introduction to Sociology  

Theatre
Theatre for Social Change