Spots are still open in great classes for the Fall 2016 semester at Roosevelt. If you’re an RU student, (1) look over the fall schedule using this coursefinder, (2) check your remaining course requirements, and (3) email or call your assigned academic advisor with your planned schedule and any questions you have about your upcoming classes. Your advisor will answer your questions and provide you with an RU Access registration code so you can register. Click on selected titles below for detailed course previews!
Sustainability Studies courses offered in Fall 2016:
ACP 101 Our Sustainable Future (MW 11am-12:15pm, Prof. Bryson)* — full
SUST 210 Sustainable Future (MW 11am-12:15pm, Prof. Pickren)
SUST 210 Sustainable Future (8-week online, 8/29-10/21, Prof. Jones)§
SUST 220 Water (T 2-4:30pm, Prof. Hoffman)
SUST 230 Food (14-week online, 9/12-12/10, Prof. Gerberich)
SUST 310 Energy & Climate Change (W 2-4:30pm, Prof. Pickren)
SUST 320 Sprawl (14-week online, 9/12-12/10, Prof. Pickren)
SUST 330 Biodiversity (Field Museum, Th 9am-1pm, Prof. Kerbis)
SUST 330 Biodiversity (8-week online, 10/29-12/17, Prof. Jones)§
SUST 350 Service & Sustainability (Eden Place Farm, T 12-3pm, Prof. Bryson)
SUST 390 Environmental Literature & Rhetoric (TTh 12:30-1:45pm, Prof. Cryer)
* First Year Seminars are open to new full-time undergrads with 12 or fewer hours in transfer credit.
§ These 8-week accelerated online courses are open to all students and synced with the Flex-Track adult degree calendar. They may be taken back-to-back.
Notable Sustainability-related Courses in other Departments:
POS 343 Urban Environmental Justice (W 2-4:30pm, Prof. Barratt; includes travel component to Vancouver during Thanksgiving Break)
REES 351 Intro to Real Estate Finance (W 6-8:30pm, Prof. Barnett; the first undergrad offering of RU’s Real Estate program)
If you’re still working on your fall schedule, August is the perfect time for getting in touch with your advisor! It’s the best time to get signed up for classes. And for additional useful info, see this Advising Resources page on Prof. Mike Bryson’s faculty website.