Environmental Science Approved Courses from other departments - Sustainability and Complexity BIOL 4065   Sustainability and Complexity
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Sustainability is a transdisciplinary area integrating equitable societies, protected environments, and robust economies. Achieving sustainability is a challenge that has only had limited success in our complex world. Complexity studies offer new approaches for achieving sustainability beyond the traditional ones mostly focused upon reducing unsustainability.
NOTES: Course open to students in: Faculty of Science, College of Sustainability, and International Development students in FASS
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Tutorial
  • Discussion

FORMAT COMMENTS: Lecture and discussion 2 hours
TUTORIAL HOURS PER WEEK: 1
PREREQUISITES: BIOL 2060.03 (or BIOA 3001.03) or ERTH 2410.03 or GEOG 2100X/Y.06 or GEOG 2201.03 or GEOG 2202.03 or INTD 2001.03 or INTD 2002.03 or OCEA 2001.03/2002.03 (or OCEA 2000X/Y.06) or SUST 2000.06 or SUST 2001.06
RESTRICTIONS: E1, E2, E3 Restricted to students in: Faculty of Science, College of Sustainability and International Development students in FASS