Johnson County Community College

Fall 2014 Sustainability-Themed Courses

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A sustainability-themed course either has sustainability principles woven throughout or sustainability appears as a dedicated unit of study regardless of the section or instructor.

BIOL 130: Environmental Science 

BIOL 131: Environmental Science Lab

BIOL 134: Principles of Sustainability

CET 160 - Green Building Fundamentals

EPRM 252: Solar Electric Systems

EPRM 256: Solar Electric Systems Lab

GEOS 140: Physical Geography

GEOS 141: Physical Geography Lab

GEOS 145: World Regional Geography

HMGT 167 - Local Food Production

HORT 272: Sustainable Agriculture Fall Practicum

HVAC 125: Energy Alternatives

SOC 205: Sociology of Food

Cross- Curricular Sustainability-Related Course Sections:

A sustainability-related course section is one in which a particular professor has chosen to integrate sustainability concepts into the course content. This does not indicate additional work for students! Sustainability is simply used as context for achieving the same learning goals as other course sections. These offerings are excellent for students learning about sustainability for the first time or for those more familiar, to see it from a new perspective. Just make sure to register for the correct section!

AAC 135: Career & Life Planning – CRN 82306 with Stevens L.

ANTH 130: World Cultures – CRN 80994 with Ediger R.

ARTH 184: Art History: Twentieth Century – CRN 80765 with Smith A.

BIOL 132: Introduction to Public Health – CRN 81249 with Mulcahy E.

BIOL 135: Principles of Cell and Molecular Biology – CRN 81264 with Mulcahy E.

BIOL 230: Microbiology – CRNs 81322 and 81323 with Mulcahy E. or 81317, 81318, 81324 & 81325 with Seitz H.

BIOL 231: Microbiology Lab – CRN 81333 with Mulcahy E.

CET 229: Advanced Construction Management – CRN 82399 with Dye R.

CHEM 122: Principles of Chemistry – CRNs 82616, 82645 & 82644 with Harvey M.

ENGL 121: Composition I – CRNs 80106 and 80120 with Dixon G.

ENGR 251: Statics – CRN 81834 with Johnson S.

GDES 235: Production Methods – CRNs 82452 & 82453 with Coppess J.

GEOS 130: General Geology – CRN 82241 with Beatty L.

HMEC 151: Nutrition and Meal Planning – CRNs 80763 & 80766 with Page A.

MKT 230: Marketing – CRNs 81796, 81799 & 81800 with Hulen P.

PHIL 143: Ethics – CRNs 81036 & 81037 with Gale D.

RDG 127: College Reading Skills – CRN 82400 with Parra L.

SPD 180: Intercultural Communications – CRN 82991 with Welsch L.

SPD 121: Public Speaking – with Broxterman P. – contact professor directly to confirm sustainability-related sections.

Sustainability in Specific Degree Programs:

The following degree programs have significantly integrated sustainability into some or all of their coursework.

Drafting –

Specifically:
DRAF 129: Interpreting Arch. Drawings with Cline L.

DRAF 132: Exploring AutoCAD with Cline L.

DRAF 151: Introduction to 3D Modeling: SketchUp w Cline L.

DRAF 164: Architectural Drafting/Residential Interior Design with Cline L.

DRAF 222: Mechanical Design and Drafting with Feuerborn D.

Hospitality –

Specifically:
HMGT 121: Perspectives of Hospitality Management with Gray J.

HMGT 123: Professional Cooking I with Prater A.

HMGT 126: Food Management with Adel E.

HMGT 220: American Regional Cuisine with Adel E.

HMGT 230: Professional Cooking II with Prater A.

HMGT 238: Advanced Garde Manger with Prater A.

HMGT 292: Special Topics with Prater A.

Interior Design –

Specifically:
ITMD 121: Interior Design

ITMD 125: Interior Textiles

ITMD 132: Materials and Resources

ITMD 213: Lighting Design and Planning

ITMD 221: Residential Design

ITMD 140: Window Treatments

ITMD 145: Upholstered Furniture

ITMD 149: Casegoods

Nursing –

Specifically:
NURS 100: Concepts of Nursing Care Foundations 

NURS 232: Complex Care Management w Duggan (offered spring only)

JCCC also offers a Sustainable Agriculture Entrepreneurship Certificate program.