Course title

Sustainability 2



Course description

This course is designed to prepare students to conduct research related to solutions for global sustainability. Students will take their knowledge of industrial; social; and ecological systems to develop holistic thinking skills and innovative solutions to complex problems. Students will explore the systematic relationships involved with global energy production; distribution; and consumption and the intended impact on political; social; economic; and environmental goals. The class will introduce students to tools humans can use to attain sustainability such as policy; law; communication; marketing; research advocacy; and international treaties. Students will be involved in hands-on labs and fieldwork that analyzes alternative technologies of sustainable development. A student proficient in this course will have the skills for success in higher-level science courses.

School country

United States

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School / district Address

500 West Guadalupe Road

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Requested competency code

Lab Science

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Deferred date

Deferred Reason

In order to be reviewed as a laboratory science; we will need a list of physical laboratory experiments completed for this course and number of hours students spend doing laboratory assignments each week.

Online / Virtual