Indigenous Knowledge and Environmental Sustainability Certificate

The Certificate in Indigenous Knowledge and Environmental Sustainability focuses on examining the relationship between Indigenous communities and their environments. This includes understanding how Indigenous communities are working to restore their Native landscapes, reestablish sustainable practices, and revitalize ethnobotanical knowledge and traditional food systems.

Post-secondary Certificate - Indigenous Knowledge and Environmental Sustainability

College of Humanities & Sciences

Degree Specific Credits: 12

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2020-21

Summary

Required Courses

6

Elective Courses

6

Total Hours

12


Required Courses

Code

Title

Hours

Complete the following course:

ENST 410

TEK of Native Peoples

3

Complete one of the following courses:

3

ENSC 396

Supervised Internship: Native Plant Stewardship and Ethnobotany

ENSC 398

Cooperative Education/Internship

Total Hours

6

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Elective Courses

Code

Title

Hours

Complete two of the following courses:

6

ENSC 491

Special Topics/Experimental Courses 

ENSC 492    

Independent Study   

ENSC 494

Seminar/Workshop     

ENSC 495

Field Study

ENST 420

US Environmental Movement 

ENST 430            

Culture & Agriculture   

ENST 472        

Gen Sci: Conservation Education  

ENST 476   

Environmental Citizenship     

ENST 480

Food Justice and Sustainability

ENST 487

Globalization, Justice & Environment 

ENST 489S

Environmental Justice Issues & Solutions      

ENST 491

Special Topics/Experimental Courses  

ENST 492

Independent Study

ENST 494      

Seminar/Workshop 

ENST 499

Senior Thesis/Capstone

Total Hours

6

Minimum Required Grade: C-