The M.S. in Sustainability has a core curriculum that provides students with an integrated foundation in sustainability. The degree incorporates cross-disciplinary knowledge in science, technology, business, and policy. It is a 30-credit-hour program with part-time and full-time options available. Most classes are offered in the evenings to accommodate working professionals.
The M.A. in Urban Planning and Development is a 45-credit-hour degree, which can be completed in two years (full-time, including summer session). A part-time option is available, requiring a minimum participation of six credit hours per semester. Specializations include community development, economic development, real estate development, and environmental and sustainability planning.
The Graduate Certificate in Advanced Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a 15-credit-hour program that students typically complete in 1.5-2 years. Students use advanced remote sensing and GIS methods, technologies, and applications for spatial problem solving and are trained to become expert geospatial science professionals with well-developed theoretical knowledge and advanced practical skills.