Sustainability is envisioned as a concept that would entail human and social components on hand and environment and ecological components on the other. In parallelism, EBS is the study of the socio/cultural and socio/behavioral aspects and their relationships to the physical environment. The question that this presentation raises is whether or not educators have endeavored to incorporate these concepts in curricula design. To answer, a number of architectural curricula are investigated to examine to what extent sustainability and EBS have been perceived in these curricula. In doing so, emphasis is placed upon reviewing curricula of African schools of architecture supplemented with a number of schools in the Middle East.