Wayne State University has a varied assortment of environmental sustainability courses in many of its departments and schools. These course offerings address many aspects of sustainability. WSU students receive vital experience in these areas while learning from noted researchers confronting global issues. WSU researchers face the challenges of sustainability in areas related to water, energy, ecosystems, construction management, renewable energy, food systems, health, policy and governance. In addition, numerous sustainability-related degree-granting programs exist at the undergraduate, graduate and certificate levels.
Linked here are WSU undergraduate and graduate courses that have a focus on the environment or sustainability, as well as WSU professors who have research or teaching interests in sustainability.
Below is a list of WSU academic programs with sustainability-related course content:
- Alternative Energy Technology
- Biological Sciences
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Classical and Modern Languages
- Electric Drive Vehicle Engineering
- Engineering Technology
- Environmental Science
- Political Science
- Occupational and Environmental Health
- Urban Studies and Planning
- Urban Sustainability Minor
In addition to these programs, there are specific classes offered throughout the year that have sustainably-focused educational goals, and that are recognized by Transformative Research in Urban Sustainability Training (T-RUST). Those goals can be found on their website here.