The minor in sustainability prepares students from any major to become environmentally literate citizens who can incorporate sustainable practices in their lives and careers. As an interdisciplinary program, it provides students with the opportunity to focus and refine the knowledge gained from their own fields of study by adding the perspective of other disciplines.
Minimum Grade Requirement:
A minimum grade of C is required in any course in the Sustainability minor.
Students must complete at least 12 credits of the minor requirement at Marymount.
15 credits total
- BIO 110 Introduction to Environmental Science
A minimum of twelve (12) additional credits from the following:
- GEOL 102 Principles of Geology
- ECO 304 Environmental Economics
- ID 336 Principles of Sustainable Design
- IS 205 Introduction to Sustainability
- MKT 204 Sustainable Marketing
- PH 303 Animals, the Environment, and Ethics
- POL 375 Politics of Environmental Issues
- SOC 351 Addressing Injustice: Research Methods
- Sustainability-themed section of DSC 101
- Sustainability-themed section of DSC 201
- Sustainability-themed study abroad courses
- Project/internship in area of sustainability