|Minor Code: 6040||Degree Awarded: none|
|Age Restriction: N||Admission Status: undergraduate|
|Delivery Mode/s: classroom only||Location/s: main campus|
ISC 1500 Introduction to SustainabilityCredit Hours: 3Uses lectures, reading and discussions to explore the biological, environmental, economic, technological, humanistic and social science aspects of sustainable resource use and development.
ISC 3999 Sustainability Project DesignCredit Hours: 1Develops basic components of project and team management. Requires design of a sustainability project by a team or individual in preparation for the sustainability capstone project in . Includes evaluation of multiple alternatives and presentation of a schedule and cost estimate.
ISC 4000 Applied SustainabilityCredit Hours: 3Requires the design, production and presentation of an individual or group project on improving the sustainable operation of some aspect of the Florida Tech main campus, Florida Tech satellite location or another approved location.Requirement(s):Permission of the instructor
- Restricted Electives*
*Requires four Restricted Electives (12 credit hours), including one introductory course in each of four areas: environmental science, economics, technology and social sciences/humanities. An upper-level course may be substituted for any introductory course with the approval of the advisor. A complete list of eligible courses is available from the department.