Masters of Science in Sustainability
As communities and organizations of all sizes and types recognize the importance of prioritizing sustainability planning and initiatives, the demand for a workforce with graduate level training in this field continues to increase. As a student in the M.S. in Sustainability program, you'll develop knowledge and skills essential to create and support socio-ecological systems that address the needs of the present while ensuring that future generations can flourish. The program emphasizes equitable sustainability solutions and problem solving, allowing you to enhance and apply your knowledge of natural and built systems to support just and sustainable communities.
Our M.S. degree in Sustainability requires completion of 36 course credits (11 courses total) plus an internship or capstone experience and is intended to be completed full-time in 12 months, although students may also enroll in the program part-time. With its flexible, interdisciplinary structure, the program gives students the opportunity to connect sustainability studies to their interest in other fields.