Sustainable Development Goal 10 is to reduce inequality within and among countries.
The courses listed below contain content relative to the pursuit of this goal. Click through to read more about each course, and to be linked to the course page in the UTSC Calendar.
For more information on the Goal itself, visit https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdg10
This course illustrates the environmental effects of urban expansion, changing methods of agriculture, industrialization, recreation, resource extraction, energy needs and the devastation of war.
This course is intended for students who would like to apply theoretical principles of environmental sustainability learned in other courses to real world problems.
This course is designed to provide a strong interdisciplinary focus on specific environmental problems including the socioeconomic context in which environmental issues are resolved.
Current national, regional and local problems will be discussed in class to help students critically analyze the roots of the problems and possible approaches to decision-making in a context of pluralism and complexity.
The course examines the role of social divisions such as class, 'race'/ethnicity, gender and sexuality in shaping the social geographies of cities and regions.
The course will provide students with relevant information about social context and health policy, but will focus on the physical and mental health impacts of various forms of inequity.
This course examines different approaches to international relations, the characteristics of the international system, and the factors that motivate foreign policies.
This course offers students the opportunity to gain practical research experience as an intern with an environmental organization.
Sociological analyses of stratification processes and the production of social inequality with a focus on economy and politics.