Auburn University offers many programs and opportunities that allow students to learn more about sustainability. These include undergraduate majors and minors, graduate programs, and immersive programs. For a comprehensive list, visit the Sustainability-Focused Academic Programs page curated by Academic Sustainability Programs.
MINOR IN SUSTAINABILITY STUDIES
Established in 2008, the sustainability studies minor continues to attract a growing number of students from over 50 majors representing all 9 colleges.
The 15-hour minor provides students an opportunity to take both a foundational and capstone sustainability course, along with 9 hours of electives in the areas of society and markets; the environment; and social justice.
- For more information on the minor and course content, contact the Academic Sustainability Programs Director, Rebecca Retzlaff.
- Use this form to declare your minor.
- If you are already in the minor and need advising, contact Ross Blair.
ACADEMIC SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM
Our office works in close conjunction with the Academic Sustainability Program, which focuses on:
- training students and faculty in the concepts and application of sustainability;
- expanding the incorporation of sustainability into the curriculum;
- fostering interdisciplinary sustainability research; and
- oversight, advisement, and administration of the Sustainability Minor.
Questions about the Academic Programs may be directed to the Director, Rebecca Retzlaff.