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Sustainability Undergraduate

Highly Experiential

From the courses to the internship or research, you will be doing sustainability.

Students majoring in sustainability will be prepared to pursue careers in the private sector or government.  Career areas include sustainable practices, natural resource management, renewable energy, community planning, non-governmental organizations and education. 


Sustainability: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Students majoring in sustainability may choose either a Environmental Science Specialization or a Human and Natural Systems Specialization.

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Sustainability: Accelerated Master of Science (B.A./B.S. with M.S.)

The Accelerated M.S. degree is intended for current USD undergraduate students who would like to begin earning their master’s degree while completing their undergraduate degree. Students in the Accelerated M.S. program should apply in the spring semester of their junior year and would typically begin taking graduate-level courses the following fall. Students in the Accelerated M.S. program can apply up to 12 graduate credits toward their undergraduate degree.

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Four-Year Program Guides

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