Education - about - for - as - Sustainability

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Sustainability Career and Skills Development Opportunities

There are many ways for students to grow their knowledge and pursue a career in the field of sustainability. On this page you will find four key opportunities that Cabrillo provides for students interested in this important and engaging field of study.

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What we offer at Cabrillo

Find your path to a Sustainability Education

  • Biology A.S.

  • Geography A.A.

  • Bilingual/Bicultural Studies A.A.

  • Environmental Science A.S.

  • Energy Management A.S. Degree

  • Sustainable Agriculture Technology A.S.

  • Basic energy Management

  • Permaculture Skills Certificate

  • Anti Bias Curriculum ECE

  • Solar Derived Energy Management Skills Certificate

  • Sustainable and Organic Food Production Skills Certificate

  • Sustainability – coming soon

  • ES 10/ES10L Introduction to Environmental Science

  • ES 15 Energy for a Sustainable Future

  • ENGL24A/B Native American Prose & Poetry

  • GEOG 1 Physical Geography

  • GEOG 2 Cultural Geography

  • GEOG 3 Introduction to Weather & Climate

  • GEOL 10 Physical Geology

  • HS 24 Environmental Health

  • HORT 176 Permaculture Design

  • HORT 70 Organic Agriculture

  • HORT 170 Sustainable Landscaping

  • HORT 164 California Native Plants and Plant Communities

  • SOC 2 Contemporary Social Problems

  • SOC 3 Race Ethnicity & Society

  • SOC 4 Gender and Society

  • SOC 5 Introduction to Latino/a Studies

  • ENGR 98A Global Engineering

  • ANTHR 1 Introduction to Anthropology: Biological

  • ANTHR 2 Introduction to Anthropology: Cultural

  • ANTHR 6 Peoples and Cultures of Non-Western Tradition: California

  • ANTHR 7 Peoples and Cultures of Non-Western Tradition: North America

  • ASTRO 7 Planetary Climate Science

  • BBS 32 Issues of Linguistic ad Cultural Diversity in Education, History, and Politics

  • COMM 12 Intercultural Communication

  • OCEAN 20 Oceanography

  • BIO 11B Marine Biology

  • BIO 11C Ecology

  • HIST 24 History of California

  • HIST 27A/B Native American Literature and History

  • WS 1 Introduction to Women's Studies

  • WS 2 Global Perspectives on Women and Gender

Earn credits for participating in sustainability research, planning and/or applied sustainability projects at Cabrillo College (1-4 units, ISE). Learn more at the Internships and Work Experience website, or contact Karen Groppi or Matthew Weis for more information.