地理

地理学的场所和空间科学。地理学研究地理场所,自然系统,社会,文化活动,而这些在空间上的所有相互依存之间的关系。

  • compare and contrast the general biophysical and socio-cultural differences and similarities among world regions that operate through time and over space. (PSLO2)
  • evaluate and analyze critical geographic issues facing the world today. (PSLO3)
  • recognize the diversity of peoples, places, and events globally as well as within specific geographic regions. (PSLO4)
  • interpret maps and mapped data utilizing basic map elements, including scales, common coordinate systems, and map symbols. (PSLO5)
  • use a computer effectively to research, map and analyze geographic information. (PSLO6)
  • compare and contrast common geographic technologies such as geographic information systems (GIS) and the global positioning system (GPS). (PSLO7)
  • communicate geographic information effectively in oral, written, and graphic form. (PSLO8)
  • Career Information

    The AA-T in 地理 provides students with the foundational knowledge necessary for transfer to a 4-year Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree program. Career opportunities for geographers are as varied as the scope of geography itself. Geographers are found throughout the public and private sector, though rarely in positions with the title of "Geographer." When combined with appropriate internships and/or other work experience, a baccalaureate degree in geography is excellent preparation for careers in Natural Resource Management; Environmental Conservation; International Development; Urban and Regional Planning; Education (K-12 through University); Tourism; International Business; Cartography; Climatology; Transportation Planning; Real Estate; International Business; Marketing; Land Surveying; Demography; and many other fields (please contact the program for additional information). Some careers may require additional training. NOTE TO TRANSFER STUDENTS: The Associate Degree for Transfer program is designed for students who plan to transfer to a campus of the California State University (CSU). Other than the required core, the courses you choose to complete this degree will depend to some extent on the selected CSU for transfer. In addition, some CSU-GE Breadth or IGETC requirements can also be completed using courses required for this associate degree for transfer major (known as “double-counting”). Meeting with a counselor to determine the most appropriate course choices will facilitate efficient completion of your transfer requirements. For students wishing to transfer to other universities (UC System, private, or out-of-state), the Associate Degree for Transfer may not provide adequate preparation for upper-division transfer admissions; it is critical that you meet with a CRC counselor to select and plan the courses for the major, as programs vary widely in terms of the required preparation. Students planning to transfer to a CSU are strongly advised to take 331的GeOG (Exploring Maps and Geographic Technologies) because it is a required lower-division course at many campuses, including CSU Sacramento.

    Associate Degrees

    A.S. in Environmental Studies & Sustainability

    The Environmental Studies & Sustainability Associate of Science degree is an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary program of study that presents a broad overview of ecological issues from a variety of perspectives in the natural, physical, and social sciences. The coursework examines the interplay between natural and social systems, and the ideological foundations of humankind's attitudes and behaviors with respect to their ever-changing environment. This program is designed to prepare students to research, analyze, and propose solutions to the myriad environmental challenges facing the world today.

    This degree is designed to correlate with the lower division courses required to transfer into an Environmental Studies program at many four-year institutions as well as provide broad-based environmental education for transfer in related disciplines.

    The disciplines of environmental studies and geography are complementary fields, both focused on aspects of human-environment interaction. This complementarity is reflected in the many 4-year institutions that house combined 地理 and Environmental Study programs. Students interested in double-majoring in these two closely-related disciplines, and/or simultaneously earning a Certificate in Geographic Information Systems, are encouraged to examine the required coursework and plan their program of study accordingly.

    Students should use PROJECT ASSIST (//www.assist.org) to research lower division major requirements at the transfer institution of their choice and should also work with the program adviser and a counselor to determine the appropriate transfer coursework.

    Students interested in pursuing an Environmental Science major should consult with science faculty and counselors to tailor the specific coursework necessary to transfer to the 4-year institution of their choice.

    目录日期: 2020年1月1日

    学位要求

    课程代码 课程名称 单位
    Core 课程:
    302的GeOG Environmental Studies & Sustainability 3
    BIOL 350 Environmental Biology (3) 3
       or BIOL 352 Conservation Biology (3)
    ECON 306 Environmental Economics 3
    Field/Applied 课程:
    A minimum of 3 units from the following: 3
    BIOL 390 Natural History Field Study (0.5 - 4)
    391的GeOG 在地理学领域的研究:山地景观(1 - 4)
    392的GeOG 在地理学领域的研究:海岸景观(1 - 4)
    393的GeOG 在地理学领域的研究:干旱景观(1 - 4)
    394的GeOG 在地理学领域的研究:火山景观(1 - 4)
    GEOL 390 Field Studies in Geology (1 - 4)
    331的GeOG 探索地图和地理技术(3)
    335的GeOG 介绍地理信息系统的应用程序(3)
    Natural Science/Ecology 课程:
    A minimum of 3 units from the following: 3
    BIOL 300 The Foundations of Biology (3)
    BIOL 307 Biology of Organisms (4)
    BIOL 310 General Biology (4)
    BIOL 400 Principles of Biology (5)
    Chemistry 课程:
    A minimum of 4 units from the following: 4
    CHEM 305 Introduction to Chemistry (5)
    CHEM 321 Environmental Chemistry (3)
    CHEM 322 Environmental Chemistry Laboratory (1)
    CHEM 400 General Chemistry I (5)
    Earth Science 课程:
    A minimum of 3 units from the following: 3
    300的GeOG 自然地理:探索地球的环境系统 (3)
    301的GeOG 自然地理实验室 (1)
    305的GeOG 全球气候变化(3)
    地质学300 物理地质(3)
    GEOL 301 Physical Geology Laboratory (1)
    Quantitative 课程:
    A minimum of 3 units from the following: 3
    ECON 310 经济统计(3)
    PSYC 330 在行为科学入门统计(3)
    统计300 介绍概率统计(4)
    MATH 350 Calculus for the Life and Social Sciences I (3)
    MATH 400 Calculus I (5)
    Social Science 课程:
    ECON 304 Principles of Microeconomics 3
    310的GeOG 人文地理:探索地球上的文化景观 3
    总台: 31

    The Environmental Studies & Sustainability Associate in Science (A.S.) degree may be obtained by completion of the required program, plus general education requirements, plus sufficient electives to meet a 60-unit total. See CRC graduation requirements.

    学生的学习成果

    该课程完成后,学生将能够:

    • PSLO-1: Articulate an understanding of the natural environment and human societies’ relationship to it. This includes the ability to:
    • 1. Communicate effectively about environmental issues and sustainability, correctly utilizing vocabulary while indicating a complex understanding of disciplines in the program.
    • 2. Articulate an awareness of the relevance of environmental studies to the student’s life and wider community at both local and global scales.
    • 3. Recognize the importance of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches to solving environmental problems.

    • PSLO-2: Evaluate and analyze environmental processes and human impacts on the natural environment. This includes the ability to:
    • 1. Use logical and quantitative reasoning to solve environmental problems.
    • 2. Analyze critical environmental problems facing the world today.
    • 3. Evaluate data and draw reasonable conclusions.
    • 4. Utilize the scientific method.
    • 5. Employ information-gathering tools to investigate environmental ideas.

    • PSLO-3: Recognize the ethical dimensions of decisions and actions and engage in the ethical reasoning necessary to be a responsible local and global citizen. This includes the ability to:
    • 1. Recognize the ethical implications of research and the responsibility to use knowledge wisely.
    • 2. Articulate the value of understanding environmental systems.

    • PSLO-4: Transfer to a 4-year program and further prepare for employment in an environmental career.

    Career Information

    Natural Resource Management; Forestry; Range Management; Park Ranger; Wildlife Biology; Agriculture; Soil and Water Conservation; Land Use Planning; Waste Management; Environmental Education; Environmental Policy And Planning; Environmental Law; Environmental Consulting; Environmental Lobbying; Environmental Planning; Environmental Protection; Environmental Compliance; Environmental Engineering; Air Quality Control; Landscape Architecture; Urban and Regional Planning; Alternative Energy Development; Risk Analysis; Contaminated Lands Reclamation; Research; Consulting


    A.S. in General Science

    Areas of Study include:

    • Physical Anthropology
    • Astronomy
    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Engineering
    • Physical 地理
    • Geology
    • Physics

    Eighteen (18) units of transfer level course work in science is required. Two laboratory courses must be included: one in the physical sciences and one in the biological sciences. 课程 may be selected from astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, physical geography, physical anthropology, and physics. The student, in consultation with a counselor, should choose science courses to meet his or her program, transfer, or general education requirements.

    Students interested in transferring to a four-year university with a science major are encouraged to complete a science AS or AS-T degree such as Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, 地理, Geology, or Physics. This General Science degree may not include the majors-level transfer courses needed for many science majors. Students are strongly recommended to see a counselor for guidance.

    目录日期: 2020年1月1日

    学位要求

    课程代码 课程名称 单位
    A. Life Science with Lab:
    A minimum of 4 units from the following: 4
    ANTH 300 Biological Anthropology (3)
    and ANTH 301 Biological Anthropology Laboratory (1)
    BIOL 307 Biology of Organisms (4)
    BIOL 310 General Biology (4)
    BIOL 400 Principles of Biology (5)
    BIOL 410 Principles of Botany (5)
    BIOL 420 Principles of Zoology (5)
    BIOL 430 Anatomy and Physiology (5)
    BIOL 431 Anatomy and Physiology (5)
    BIOL 440 General Microbiology (4)
    B. Physical Science with Lab:
    A minimum of 3 units from the following: 3
    ASTR 400 Astronomy Laboratory (1)
    and ASTR 300 Introduction to Astronomy (3)
    CHEM 300 Beginning Chemistry (4)
    CHEM 305 Introduction to Chemistry (5)
    CHEM 306 Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry (5)
    CHEM 309 Integrated General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry (5)
    CHEM 322 Environmental Chemistry Laboratory (1)
    and CHEM 321 Environmental Chemistry (3)
    CHEM 400 General Chemistry I (5)
    CHEM 401 General Chemistry II (5)
    CHEM 420 Organic Chemistry I (5)
    CHEM 421 Organic Chemistry II (5)
    301的GeOG 自然地理实验室 (1)
    and 300的GeOG 自然地理:探索地球的环境系统 (3)
    GEOL 301 Physical Geology Laboratory (1)
    and 地质学300 物理地质(3)
    GEOL 306 Earth Science Laboratory (1)
    and GEOL 305 Earth Science (3)
    GEOL 311 Historical Geology Laboratory (1)
    and GEOL 310 Historical Geology (3)
    ENGR 304 How Things Work (3)
    PHYS 350 General Physics (4)
    PHYS 360 General Physics (4)
    PHYS 370 Introductory Physics - Mechanics and Thermodynamics (5)
    PHYS 380 Introductory Physics - Electricity and Magnetism, Light and Modern Physics (5)
    PHYS 411 Mechanics of Solids and Fluids (4)
    PHYS 421 Electricity and Magnetism (4)
    PHYS 431 Heat, Waves, Light and Modern Physics (4)
    C. Additional Science 课程:
    A minimum of 11 units from the following: 111
    ANTH 300 Biological Anthropology (3)
    ANTH 301 Biological Anthropology Laboratory (1)
    ASTR 300 Introduction to Astronomy (3)
    ASTR 400 Astronomy Laboratory (1)
    BIOL 300 The Foundations of Biology (3)
    BIOL 307 Biology of Organisms (4)
    BIOL 310 General Biology (4)
    BIOL 342 The New Plagues: New and Ancient Infectious Diseases Threatening World Health (3)
    BIOL 350 Environmental Biology (3)
    BIOL 352 Conservation Biology (3)
    BIOL 390 Natural History Field Study (0.5 - 4)
    BIOL 400 Principles of Biology (5)
    BIOL 410 Principles of Botany (5)
    BIOL 420 Principles of Zoology (5)
    BIOL 430 Anatomy and Physiology (5)
    BIOL 431 Anatomy and Physiology (5)
    BIOL 440 General Microbiology (4)
    BIOL 462 Genetics in Contemporary Human Society (3)
    CHEM 300 Beginning Chemistry (4)
    CHEM 305 Introduction to Chemistry (5)
    CHEM 306 Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry (5)
    CHEM 309 Integrated General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry (5)
    CHEM 321 Environmental Chemistry (3)
    CHEM 322 Environmental Chemistry Laboratory (1)
    CHEM 400 General Chemistry I (5)
    CHEM 401 General Chemistry II (5)
    CHEM 420 Organic Chemistry I (5)
    CHEM 421 Organic Chemistry II (5)
    ENGR 304 How Things Work (3)
    300的GeOG 自然地理:探索地球的环境系统 (3)
    301的GeOG 自然地理实验室 (1)
    305的GeOG 全球气候变化(3)
    306的GeOG 天气和气候(3)
    地质学300 物理地质(3)
    GEOL 301 Physical Geology Laboratory (1)
    GEOL 305 Earth Science (3)
    GEOL 306 Earth Science Laboratory (1)
    GEOL 310 Historical Geology (3)
    GEOL 311 Historical Geology Laboratory (1)
    GEOL 330 Introduction to Oceanography (3)
    GEOL 390 Field Studies in Geology (1 - 4)
    PHYS 310 Conceptual Physics (3)
    PHYS 350 General Physics (4)
    PHYS 360 General Physics (4)
    PHYS 370 Introductory Physics - Mechanics and Thermodynamics (5)
    PHYS 380 Introductory Physics - Electricity and Magnetism, Light and Modern Physics (5)
    PHYS 411 Mechanics of Solids and Fluids (4)
    PHYS 421 Electricity and Magnetism (4)
    PHYS 431 Heat, Waves, Light and Modern Physics (4)
    总台: 18

    1课程 used in A or B above will not count towards C, except units exceeding the 4 or 3 unit minimum in A and B. For example, a student completing the 5 unit CHEM 309 under B could apply 2 of those units towards C. A total of 18 science units is required.

    The General Science Associate in Science (A.S.) degree may be obtained by completion of the required program, plus general education requirements, plus sufficient electives to meet a 60-unit total. See CRC graduation requirements.

    学生的学习成果

    该课程完成后,学生将能够:

    • explain the core perspectives of the scientific method and apply it to at least one scientific discipline. (SLO 1)
    • solve introductory problems of a conceptual and/or numerical nature of at least one scientific discipline. (SLO 2)
    • accurately apply the basic vocabulary and concepts of at least one scientific discipline verbally and in writing. (SLO 3)
    • recognize the use and misuse of scientific concepts in society including politics and the media. (SLO 4)

    A.S. in 地理

    地理学的场所和空间科学。地理学研究地理场所,自然系统,社会,文化活动,而这些在空间上的所有相互依存之间的关系。

    有地理学的两个主要分支:人文地理和自然地理。人文地理涉及人类生存的空间方面 - 人,他们的活动是如何分布的空间中,人们如何使用和感知空间,以及人们如何创造和保持构成地球表面的地方。物理地理学研究物理要素和空间过程组成,塑造环境,包括能源,空气,水,天气,气候,地貌,土壤,动物,植物等许多人力和物力地理学家技能地图学与地理信息系统(GIS)。

    地理学家还研究人类活动和自然系统之间的联系。地理学家,实际上,第一科学家们敲响警钟,人类引起的环境变化开始威胁生命本身的平衡。今天地理学家在全球气候变暖,荒漠化,森林砍伐,生物多样性减少,地下水污染,洪水和更多的研究活跃。

    The CRC Geography program offers courses that satisfy lower division General Education requirements in both the physical and social sciences. In addition, the program offers an Associate Degree in Geography that provides students with a solid foundation in geography as well as the standard prerequisites for upper-division coursework leading to the baccalaureate degree. Students may also earn a certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Students planning to transfer to a four-year school with a major in 地理 should consult the lower division requirements at the university they plan to attend.

    Note to Transfer Students:
    If you are interested in transferring to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor’s degree in this major, it is critical that you meet with a CRC counselor to select and plan the courses for your major. Schools vary widely in terms of the required preparation. The courses that CRC requires for an Associate’s degree in this major may be different from the requirements needed for the Bachelor’s degree.

    Highlights include:
    * Comprehensive course offerings including a Physical Laboratory as well as specialized training in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    * Program’s students have won top awards at state-level competitions annually since 1999
    * Field study courses to Yosemite, Pt. Reyes, Monterey/Big Sur, Tahoe, and the Eastern Sierra
    * Internships available with State of California, County of Sacramento, and Federal Land Management Agencies
    * Three courses fulfill the CRC and CSU multicultural requirement
    * Day, evening, and online sections

    目录日期: 2020年1月1日

    学位要求

    课程代码 课程名称 单位
    Fall or Spring semester:
    300的GeOG 自然地理:探索地球的环境系统 31
    Fall or Spring semester (best if concurrent with 300的GeOG):
    301的GeOG 自然地理实验室 1
    Fall or Spring semester:
    310的GeOG 人文地理:探索地球上的文化景观 3
    Fall Semester:
    331的GeOG 探索地图和地理技术(3) 3
    Check with departments for scheduled offering:
    PSYC 330 在行为科学入门统计(3) 3 - 4
       or 统计300 介绍概率统计(4)
       或经济舱310 经济统计(3)
    Check with departments for scheduled offering:
    至少从以下6个单元: 6
    ANTH 310 文化人类学(3)
    BIOL 350 Environmental Biology (3)
       or BIOL 310 General Biology (4)
       or BIOL 307 Biology of Organisms (4)
    ECON 304 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
       or ECON 302 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
    302的GeOG Environmental Studies & Sustainability (3)
    305的GeOG 全球气候变化(3)
    306的GeOG 天气和气候(3)
    320的GeOG 世界地理(3)
    322的GeOG 加利福尼亚的地理(3)
    335的GeOG 介绍地理信息系统的应用程序(3)
    391的GeOG 在地理学领域的研究:山地景观(1 - 4)
    392的GeOG 在地理学领域的研究:海岸景观(1 - 4)
    393的GeOG 在地理学领域的研究:干旱景观(1 - 4)
    394的GeOG 在地理学领域的研究:火山景观(1 - 4)
    地质学300 物理地质(3)
    GEOL 301 Physical Geology Laboratory (1)
    GEOL 330 Introduction to Oceanography (3)
    HIST 371 History of the Americas from the 19th Century Wars of Independence to the Present (3)
       or HIST 370 History of the Americas through the 19th Century Wars of Independence (3)
       or HIST 360 History of African Civilizations (3)
       or HIST 308 History of World Civilizations, 1500 to Present (3)
       or HIST 307 History of World Civilizations to 1500 (3)
    HUM 332 American Humanities (3)
       or HUM 324 Global Islam: Culture and Civilization (3)
       or HUM 320 Asian Humanities (3)
    PHIL 352 Introduction to World Religions (3)
    政客310 引进国际关系(3)
    SOC 300 Introductory Sociology (3)
    总台: 19 - 20

    1A minimum of 60 units is required for the A.S. degree which includes core courses, electives, and general education (GE) graduation requirements. Geography majors are encouraged to complete additional GE requirements from a list of suggested courses on file in the 地理 Department and at the 辅导服务 Center. Students should use PROJECT ASSIST (//www.assist.org) to research lower division major requirements at the transfer institution of their choice and also work with a counselor to determine the most appropriate transfer coursework.

    The 地理 Associate in Science (A.S.) degree may be obtained by completion of the required program, plus general education requirements, plus sufficient electives to meet a 60-unit total. See CRC graduation requirements.

    学生的学习成果

    该课程完成后,学生将能够:

    • SLO#1: demonstrate understanding of the global natural and cultural environments and the geographic methods by which they are studied.
    • SLO#2: compare and contrast the general biophysical and socio-cultural differences and similarities among world regions that operate through time and over space.
    • SLO#3: evaluate and analyze critical geographic issues facing the world today.
    • SLO#4: recognize the diversity of peoples, places, and events globally as well as within specific geographic regions.
    • SLO#5: interpret maps and mapped data utilizing basic map elements, including scales, common coordinate systems, and map symbols.
    • SLO#6: use a computer effectively to research, map and analyze geographic information.
    • SLO#7: compare and contrast common geographic technologies such as geographic information systems (GIS) and the global positioning system (GPS).
    • SLO#8: communicate geographic information effectively in oral, written, and graphic form.

    Career Information

    Natural Resource Management; Environmental Conservation; International Development; Urban and Regional Planning; Education (K-12 through University); Tourism; Cartographer; Climatologist; Park Ranger; Transportation Specialist; Real Estate Analyst; International Business; Marketing Analyst; Land Surveyor; Research Scientist; Remote Sensing Specialist; Demographer; GIS Analyst; and many more (please contact the program for additional information). Some career options may require more than two years of college study.

    Certificates of Achievement

    Field Data Mapping and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Certificate

    Students interested in research related to field data collection and analysis will need certain skills to correctly find locations in the field, identify locations, map sites, and integrate collected data into a Geographic Information System (GIS) for display and analysis. This interdisciplinary certificate program provides students with the tools needed to collect, map, display, and analyze data collected in a field-based setting and coordinate this with other mapping data and sources.

    目录日期: 2020年1月1日

    Certificate Requirements

    课程代码 课程名称 单位
    335的GeOG Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Applications 3
    331的GeOG Exploring Maps and Geographic Technologies 3
    至少从以下6个单元: 6
    300的GeOG 自然地理:探索地球的环境系统 (3)
    302的GeOG Environmental Studies & Sustainability (3)
    310的GeOG 人文地理:探索地球上的文化景观 (3)
    ANTH 300 Biological Anthropology (3)
    ANTH 310 文化人类学(3)
    ANTH 323 Introduction to Archaeology (3)
    BIOL 350 Environmental Biology (3)
    BIOL 352 Conservation Biology (3)
    地质学300 物理地质(3)
    总台: 12

    学生的学习成果

    该课程完成后,学生将能够:

    • SLO #1: DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE MAJOR MODES OF GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY.
    • SLO #2: DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF MAPPING CONCEPTS, GIS, AND THE ABILITY TO INTERPRET MAPS AND MAPPED DATA.
    • SLO #3: DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF COMMON GEOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGIES AND THE ABILITY TO USE THEM TO COLLECT, ANALYZE, AND DISPLAY GEOSPATIAL DATA.
    • SLO #4: ORGANIZE, MANIPULATE, ANALYZE AND DISPLAY TABULAR DATA INTO SPATIAL VISUALIZATIONS.
    • SLO #5: EXHIBIT SKILLS LEARNED THROUGH MAPPING AND GIS PROJECT DEVELOPMENT.

    Sustainability Certificate

    This certificate advances student's understanding of the principles of sustainability and sustainable practices with respect to ecosystems, green buildings, business, agriculture, nutrition, natural resource management and conservation, waste management, energy, transportation systems, urban planning and design, and more. Theoretical and practical aspects of sustainability are explored including social, economic, and environmental dimensions.

    目录日期: 2020年1月1日

    Certificate Requirements

    课程代码 课程名称 单位
    302的GeOG Environmental Studies & Sustainability 3
    A minimum of 9 units from the following: 9
    ARCH 342 Introduction to Green Buildings (3)
    BIOL 350 Environmental Biology (3)
    BIOL 352 Conservation Biology (3)
    ECON 306 Environmental Economics (3)
    300的GeOG 自然地理:探索地球的环境系统 (3)
    305的GeOG 全球气候变化(3)
    HORT 300 Introduction to Horticulture (3)
    PLTS 310 Soils, Soil Management, and Plant Nutrition (3)
       or HORT 302 Soils, Soil Management, and Plant Nutrition (3)
    HORT 313 Sustainable Agriculture (3)
    NUTRI 303 Plant-Based Nutrition (3)
    NUTRI 331 Plant-Based Food Principles and Preparation (3)
    总台: 12

    学生的学习成果

    该课程完成后,学生将能够:

    • PSLO#1: Communicate effectively about environmental issues and sustainability, utilizing correct vocabulary.
    • PSLO#2: Articulate an awareness of the relevance of sustainability to the student’s life and wider community at both local and global scales.
    • PSLO#3: Evaluate and analyze environmental problems facing the world today and propose sustainable solutions.
    • PSLO#4: Employ information-gathering tools to investigate theoretical and practical aspects of sustainability in the context of energy consumption, transportation systems, food production, water resources, industry, the built environment, and socio-cultural institutions and practices.

    Career Information

    This certificate prepares students for entry-level sustainability consultant/technician positions in a variety of industries and settings, including private firms, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies at the local, state, and federal levels. Work opportunities for those pursuing additional coursework include positions in environmental economics, sustainable business practices, green building, natural resource management, food systems, energy, transportation, and urban planning.

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