Master of Arts in Sustainability Graduate Program
The Master of Arts in Sustainability is a distinctive, interdisciplinary one-year program that combines the social sciences, humanities, natural sciences, management and law. Courses taught will included guest lecturers and off-site facility visits. As a result, students will have unparalleled opportunities to engage with professionals beyond the Wake Forest campus.
The program’s core courses:
- Global Human Systems
- Resource Management and Energy Science
- Sustainable Organizational Management
- Environmental Law and Policy
Taking the material covered in the four core courses, the Applied Sustainability course provides hands-on opportunities through group projects, providing direct interactions with organizations working in the field of sustainability. In the summer following the second semester, students will have the choice of completing a research thesis or internship to meet their final degree requirements.
Master of Arts in Sustainability Curriculum:
|SUS 600: Communication Skills (1hr)
SUS 601: Professional & Leadership Skills (1hr)
|Fall||SUS 701: Global Human Systems||3|
|SUS 703: Resource Management||3|
|SUS 705: Applied Sustainability I||2|
|FALL CREDIT HOURS||13|
|SUS 602: Analytics (1hr)
SUS 603: Natural Capital Valuation (1hr)
|Spring||SUS 702: Sustainable Organizational Management||3|
|SUS 704: Environmental Law & Policy||3|
|SUS 706: Applied Sustainability II||2|
|SPRING CREDIT HOURS||13-16|
|TOTAL DEGREE HOURS||30-33|
*Research thesis or internship requirements may be satisfied during the Fall, Spring or Summer sessions.
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