Almost every school within Tulane University offers undergraduates or graduate students an environmental major or focus. These include a top-ranked Environmental Law program, several degree programs in Global Environmental Health Sciences, and studios and courses that focus on sustainable design in the School of Architecture. The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Earth and Environmental Sciences departments have strong programs that address coastal sustainability and global change. A B.A. in Environmental Studies is offered in the School of Liberal Arts and a B.S. in Environmental Science is offered in the School of Science and Engineering.
Sustainability Courses & Research
Sustainability education engages students in the work of building healthy, lasting communities. In sustainability courses, students develop the capacity to critically theorize, analyze and communicate about interconnected social, economic and environmental issues. Students learn to work in collaboration with members of the larger community and to help create solutions in the long-term public interest. Sustainability research leads toward solutions that simultaneously support social wellbeing, economic prosperity, and ecological health.
As part of Tulane’s application for a “STARS” university sustainability rating, the Office of Sustainability has compiled these lists of sustainability courses & researchers at Tulane:
- Inventory of Sustainability Researchers
- School of Architecture Sustainability Courses
- A. B. Freeman School of Business Sustainability Courses
- School of Law Sustainability Courses
- School of Liberal Arts Sustainability Courses
- School of Medicine Sustainability Courses
- Newcomb-Tulane College Sustainability Courses
- School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine Sustainability Courses
- School of Science and Engineering Sustainability Courses
- School of Social Work Sustainability Courses