The Master of Science (MS) degree in Sustainability trains leaders to understand the cascading issues surrounding society's increasing use of our decreasing resources. The degree's core courses are designed to provide students with an integrated foundation in sustainability that incorporates cross-disciplinary knowledge in science, technology, business and policy. Master of Science students build upon this foundation by taking sustainability electives that focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) disciplines. Please review the following sections for more details on how to apply to the Master of Science in Sustainability.
Given the unique, interdisciplinary nature of sustainability, the program offers a wide variety of electives available throught the Center for Sustainability and its partner schools. Students are encouraged to set up advising appointments with Center for Sustainability faculty and staff to help them navigate the choices and craft a custom program of study.
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13 credit hours as follows:
5 credit hours as follows:
12 credit hours selected from the following electives available through the Center for Sustainability or one of our partner schools: