Get a Minor Degree
- Surround the student with colleagues, mentors, and peers who understand and practice sustainability.
- Provide access to thriving examples of sustainable communities on and off campus.
- Facilitate the integration of theory and practice through service learning, research, and outreach projects.
- SUST 1134: Fall and Spring, 3 credits
- SUST 1134 Online: Fall and Spring, 3 credits
- SUST 334: Fall and Spring, 3 credits
- SUST 364: Spring only, 3 credits
- SUST 384: Spring 2018 3 credits (Not currently offered)
- SUST 434: Fall and Spring, 3 credits
- SUST 499: Fall and Spring; 1-3 credits
- SUST *418: Fall and Spring (NOTE: Eligible for Area of Focus Elective for Environmental ProtectionorSocial Equity)
- SUST 402* Climate Change & Sustainability: Fall 2019 (NOTE: Eligible for Area of Focus Elective for Environmental Protection or Economic Vitality, Politics, and Policy.)
Follow These 3 Steps:
1. See the UNM Catalog for all requirements and electives.
2. Take the required Sustainability courses (check schedule for availability):
- SUST 1134 - Creating a Sustainable Future: Introduction to Environmental, Social, and Economic Health
- SUST 334 - Enviro Justice Practicum
- SUST 364 - Food Systems Practicum
- SUST 434 - Synthesis of Sustainability Perspectives and Innovations
- SUST 499 - Sustainability Independent Capstone Project as Research or Creative Expression
3. Check out the Sustainability Studies minor degree plan to make sure you're on track! Remember that it typically takes 4 - 5 semesters to complete the minor. Lastly, consult with your Major Advisor and your LOBO Trax audit to ensure your credits add up for graduation.