SF State is committed to including sustainability in its curriculum. Below are a few highlights of courses and programs that focus on sustainability.
Masters of Business Administration, Emphasis in Sustainable Business
This Masters of Business Administration program allows students to focus on topics environmental leadership, corporate social responsibility, and managing a sustainable business.
Master of Arts in Geography
Concentration in Resource Management & Environmental Planning
Master of Science in Biology
Programs include on Conservation Biology and Ecology and Systematic Biology.
Biology Undergraduate Programs
San Francisco State offers several enviromenetal focused Biology concentraions including Ecology, Botany, Marine Biology and Zoology.
Environmental Studies Program
Bachelor of Arts available in - Humanities, Environmental Sustainability and Social Justice, and the Urban Environment
Bachelor of Science available in Earth Systems Science and in Natural Resource Management and Conservation
Department of Geography
The Department of Geography has a long history at SF State. Among other areas, it offers concentrations in Environmental Studies, Landuse Planning, and Resource Management.
Urban Studies Program
The Urban Studies Program offers courses in Sustainable Development, Environmental Justice, and Urban Transportation.
Courses at the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies
The Romberg Tiburon Center is the marine and estuarine research facility and education campus for San Francisco State University. Much of its research focuses on understanding the natural forces at work in the San Francisco Bay and its surrounding wetland environments.
Campus as a Living Lab Grants
The California Stat University "Campus as a Living Lab" Grant program provides up to $12,000 of funding for courses that tie sustainability into opporunities for learning using the campus' physical plant. Learn more about how to apply for Living Lab Grants.