Climate Change & Sustainability
All students in the M.A. program in Global Sustainability must complete the core requirements (18 credits), at least one concentration (6 credits), and two elective courses (6 credits).
All courses for this program are offered fully online, fully on-campus, or in a combination. All of the Climate Change & Sustainability concentration courses are available on-campus, some are also available online. See the course descriptions below for more information.
The Climate Change and Sustainability concentration provides a strong foundation for students to advance their career by providing the knowledge and skills necessary to address regional, national and global challenges related to climate change.
This concentration employs an interdisciplinary approach to explore climate vulnerability, mitigation measures, and pathways to adaptation and resilience.
The courses listed below, also focus on the translation of policy and research into climate-smart mitigation and adaptation strategies for building sustainable and resilient communities through urban planning and sustainable urban development.
- IDS 6247 Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation
- IDS 6210 Bioresources for a Sustainable Future
- PHI 6680 Climate Change and Civil Evolution
For more information about the M.A. in Global Sustainability program, please contact PCGS Admissions Specialist,