View the Four-Year Program Guide.
Upon graduation you will have:
- An understanding of the fundamental scientific concepts that contribute to assessing the sustainability of human activities (e.g., environmental impact and resource depletion) and to evaluating sustainable technologies (e.g., energy and food production).
- Familiarity with the social, political, and economic context of sustainability issues.
- An understanding of how public policy can be employed to promote or inhibit social and scientific solutions to sustainability-related problems.
- The ability to communicate proficiently about sustainability, in both written and oral presentation.