Sustainability Studies M.A.
NEWS! MA student in Sustainability Studies, Tessa Nasca, publishes a scholarly article from her thesis!
Chris Magwood won the President’s First Prize for his 3 Minute Thesis Presentation
Katie Rosa's wonderful presentation on wildlife management
This Program leads to a Masters of Arts (M.A.) in Sustainability Studies and will carry out interdisciplinary graduate education and research that will improve our understanding of environmental sustainability, economic prosperity, and social responsibility.
The program is designed to enable students to explore the sustainability of human societies and the natural environment and will provide them with the education and training that will prepare them to be intellectual and organizational leaders within academia, government, industry and the non-profit sector.
Our graduates will also be equipped with skills in research and critical thinking that will enable them to pursue a doctorate or further academic training. Graduates from the M.A. in Sustainability Studies (MASS) will help meet the growing demand for highly qualified personnel who can further environmentally and socially sustainable policies, strategies, and practices in for-profit, non-profit, government, and non-governmental organizations.
For those interested in applying to be apart of the close-knit student community of the MASS program, please visit Graduate Studies for Application Details! Please note that the deadline to apply for September intake is February 1st. Applications received after this date will not be considered eligible for additional financial entry scholarships/assistance.
Faculty & Research
Faculty members from the Sustainability Studies Graduate Program include a number of award-winning Professors who are globally-recognized in their filed of expertise from an array of programs within the University. To see more about the their personal research interests and ongoing projects, take a look at each website to see if they may be suitable as a...