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Master’s Degree in Sustainability

Online &
On Campus

Program Length:
12 Months

Number of Credits:
36

The Master’s Degree in Sustainability represents an approach to sustainability concepts built around the “Triple Bottom Line,” which comprises the three pillars of sustainability: economy, society, and the environment. Courses in this program include a multi-disciplinary approach to each of these aspects of sustainability. This program asks students to examine the impacts on business and society caused by the changing environment, and to imagine improvements to existing systems in fields including business and management, economic development, public policy and public health, and environmental justice. Graduates in the growing field of Sustainability can find jobs in fields such as clean energy, community organizing, technology, education, management, planning, and business.

MASTER’S DEGREE IN SUSTAINABILITY DESCRIPTION

The Master’s in Sustainability curriculum provides a challenging and creative learning environment, including courses such as Concepts of Sustainability, Sustainable Business Strategy and Development, Sustainable Energy, Topics in Social Entrepreneurship, Public Health and Sustainability, Systems, Sustainability, and the Built Environment, Sustainable Disaster Management and Development, and Policy Law and Ethics of Sustainability.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The Master’s degree in Sustainability seeks to provide students with a well-rounded view of the various disciplines encompassed by the Triple Bottom Line, and how concepts of sustainability can be implemented into business, public policy, community development, and public health. Graduates will be able to leverage a broad understanding of sustainability concepts to applications in many sectors, and to integrate various approaches in strategy and decision making for the future.

PROGRAM OUTLINE

To receive a Master’s Degree in Sustainability, students must complete 36 credit hours as described below. The length of the program is approximately 12 months or 48 weeks (this will vary if a student transfers in credits).

BCN5096 Sustainable Energy 3.0 credit hours
BCN5097 Systems, Sustainability, and the Built Environment 3.0 credit hours
ENT5930 Topics in Social Entrepreneurship 3.0 credit hours
EVR5715 Concepts of Sustainability 3.0 credit hours
EVR5735 Sustainable Culture, Community and Development 3.0 credit hours
GEB5119 Sustainable Business Strategy and Development 3.0 credit hours
GEB5536 Sustainability and Business Issues 3.0 credit hours
PAD5087 Sustainable Disaster Management and Development 3.0 credit hours
PAD5386 Policy, Law and Ethics of Sustainability 3.0 credit hours
PHC5324 Public Health and Sustainability 3.0 credit hours
PHC5524 Food, Culture, and the Environment 3.0 credit hours
EVR6955 Graduate Sustainability Capstone Course 3.0 credit hours

Why EU?
Accredited University

Everglades University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

100% Online Option

Option Flexible learning schedules fit for adult learning.

Multiple Campus Locations for In-Person Learning

5 campus options to choose from: Boca Raton, Miami, Orlando, Sarasota, Tampa.

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