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The Academic Certificate (AC) in Sustainability is interdisciplinary and builds a strong academic expertise along one of four significant pillars of sustainability, where students will examine and assess how to minimize unintended consequences and enhance a mutually productive relationship between man and nature.
The four pillars are organized into specialized tracks, including competition for water and other natural resources from the earth systems, political and economic treatment of the earth, coupled human-environment interactions, and entrepreneurship for transforming ideas for sustainable products/services into viable businesses.
Students can pick and choose their classes for getting an academic certificate in sustainability in any one of the tracks (please see the certificate program description for more information). 
Chandler Gilbert Community College students can also transfer to ASU's School of Sustainability (BA degree program).



‚ÄčDegrees and Certificates

The Sustainability discipline provides students with an introduction to the field of sustainability. You will learn about sustainable efforts associated with economics, equity and the environment, sustainability challenges, and assess how to minimize unintended consequences in the relationship between man and nature.

See program requirement details for AC.


Class Schedule for SSH,SUS

(Not all classes offered every semester)

SSH111Sustainable Cities3.00
SUS110Sustainable World3.00


Pushpa Ramakrishna
Biology Faculty
Biological Science Division