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Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate an understanding of comprehensive systemic analysis across both physical and behavioral dimensions involving society, the environment, and the economy.
  • Define sustainability and assess the ways that sustainability topics are approached by a diversity of academic disciplines.
  • Identify how globalized processes impact socioecological systems.
  • Analyze the role of environmental sustainability in the promotion of comprehensive justice and equity.
  • Apply critical thinking skills to provide sustainable solutions and build resilient communities.
  • Utilize the appropriate methodological tools to analyze and address specific research questions.
  • Articulate a comprehensive world view that integrates diverse approaches to sustainability.
  • Understand the basic theoretical concepts and methodologies of both the physical and social sciences.
  • Learn how to solve large-scale problems using a multitude of tools and approaches.
  • Understand the basic sustainability concepts of homeostasis, carrying-capacity, cradle-to-grave recycling, evolutionary processes, inter-generational debt, socio-political adaptation, climate change, ecosystem services, and environmental justice—and understand the relationships between them.

 Fall 2017 Internship Deadline - August 14

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ENVST Program
801-585-5403
envst@envst.utah.edu


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ENVST is housed in the
College of Social and Behavioral Science

Last Updated: 6/7/17