SEDE: Sustainable Environmental Design Education
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  1. Outline of Topics for Teaching Sustainable Design
  2. Sustainable Design Courses: Flowchart, Course Descriptions, and Syllabii
  3. Teaching Methods for Sustainable Design
  4. Resources for Sustainable Design

 



 §  Sustainable Design Curricula


Programs with SEDE-related courses


• universities •
There are a number of 4+ year institutions campuses with courses in sustainable environmental design for architecture and landscape architecture. A few California examples are cited here followed by an expanded list:

- Cal Poly-SLO
- Center for Regenerative Studies, CSU-Pomona
- New College of California
- SFIA
- University of California at Davis
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• community colleges •
There are a number of junior college campuses with courses in sustainable environmental design. A few good examples are cited here followed by an expanded list:

- Merritt College
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• continuing education •
There are a number of non-academic organizations offering courses in sustainable environmental design for continuing education. A few examples are cited here:

- AIA
- ASLA
- USGBC
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Green Campuses

• facilities + programs •
There are a number of campuses who have instituted green policies related to operations and facilities. A few good examples are cited here followed by an expanded list:

- Oberlin College
- Stanford University
- University of British Columbia
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