Sustainable Societies

Sustainable Societies is an honors curricular track where students will explore the features that impact the success and longevity of societies.

Taught by teams of top faculty from a wide range of disciplines including Environmental Science, Urban Planning, and Health Science, this track is focused on problem-based learning. Students will work together to tackle complex, real-world problems and develop solutions through team and research projects. The experiential and research activities provided by the track will help prepare students for their senior-year honors thesis projects.

The Sustainable Societies track is open to all majors and consists of six sequential courses (one per quarter, 4 units per quarter) to be taken in the sophomore and junior years.

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*These new course names and numbers are effective Fall 2021.
CHEM H30A becomes UniStu H30A
ESS H30B-C become UniStu H30B-C
SocSci H30D becomes UniStu H30D
UPPP H30E-F become UniStu H30E-F

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