Sustainable Development (BA)

Students pursing the Sustainable Development B.A. degree will critically examine sustainability issues by applying a humanities perspective, including social, cultural, ethical, historical, and literary dimensions, in order to promote worldwide environmental and social justice.

At Appalachian State University, a program of study is a checksheet that outlines a major's critical requirements, courses, and optimal course sequences and helps students get on the right track to graduation. Click below to see the BA Sustainable Development degree requirements.

Contact

Dr. Sandra Lubarsky, Chair
Sustainable Development Department
Living Learning Center
828-262-7248
lubarskysb@appstate.edu

Sandy Wilson
Administrative Assistant
828-262-6926
wilsonsm@appstate.edu

Accepting Applications for SD Teaching & Research Farm Resident

Now accepting applications for an open residency spot on the SD Teaching & Research Farm.

Rent-free in exchange for ten hours of farm work per week.  Open until filled. Contact Brooke Kornegay at kornegayba@appstate.edu

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