Oct 06, 2022  
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   SUS 3010 - Systems Thinking & Sustainability

3.0 Credits
Prerequisites: Prior completion of ENV 1111 , MAT 1240  (or higher), and ENG 1022  with a grade of C- or higher. Students may take these courses concurrently if they have not successfully completed them with a with a grade of C- or higher prior to enrollment.
Explores solutions to sustainability issues that often seem daunting because they are usually approached in a conventional problem-solving methodology (reductionism, analysis of individual parts). Systems thinking is an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving that emphasizes the interactions and connectedness of the different components and how they feedback and affect each other. In this class, students will learn how systems work, understand systems thinking, and apply different systems models to sustainability problems.
Prev. Course Codes: SUS-301
LEC 45 Contact hours



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