THE WORLD'S TOP
MS IN SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE
This program is designed for those who wish to pursue a career in technical aspects of sustainability, helping organizations better understand, predict, and address environmental impacts. Ideal candidates have an undergraduate degree in science, engineering, math or related fields. Graduates will be skilled in the practical application of scientific skills and tools to address sustainability issues and become leaders in their fields. There are full- and part-time options for those with current professional obligations.
Those interested in a sustainability career but without an undergraduate STEM degree may be interested in the MS in Sustainability Management.
Hear from our Program Director.
OUR STUDENTS LEARN TO
Use scientific methods to observe and monitor sustainability
Analyze and model data to understand the environment
Employ scientific tools to respond to pressing sustainability issues
Integrate science in the decision-making of organizations
The Sustainability Space
The Sustainability Space is a series of virtual, discussion-based events for students studying sustainability at The Earth Institute, Columbia University. Hosted by faculty and student group leaders, these discussions will explore a variety of critical topics, ranging from energy to equity and more. On 9/29, George Sarrinikolaou, Director of the Office of Academic and Research Programs at the Earth Institute, hosts Stephanie M. Smith of the Baltimore City Department of Planning. They will discuss efforts to improve equity, including in the area of environmental health.
Full schedule of days/times:
· Tuesday 9/29 (8-9am)
· Thursday 10/8 (1-2pm)
· Tuesday 10/20 (8-9am)
· Tuesday 11/10 (8-9am)
· Thursday 11/19 (1-2pm)
· Tuesday 12/1 (8-9am)
· Thursday 12/10 (1-2pm)