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Sustainable Development

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Sustainable Development

The program offers a minor in sustainable development. The minor is comprised of ECONS 326, one course from each of the following four aspect areas: policy, history, and theory (HISTORY 409, 494, PHIL 370, POL S 430, PSYCH 466, SOE 335 [M], or 438); environmental (ARCH 490, 494, BIOLOGY 330, 372 [M], CE 401, CROP SCI 360, SOE 110, 285, 300, 303, or 483); social/cultural (ANTH 203, 309, ANTH/SOC 418, SOC 331, 332, 415, 430, SOE 312, WOMEN ST 332, or WOMEN ST 460); economic (ECONS 330, 427, 428, 430, 431, I BUS 380, or I BUS 496); and one additional course from any of the aspect areas. The minor requires 18 credits, with at least 9 credits at the 300-400 level taken in residence at WSU or through WSU-approved education abroad or educational exchange courses.  All coursework for the minor must be graded and a minimum GPA of 2.0 shall be maintained. Students wishing to apply for the minor may do so with the School of Economic Sciences.

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