Academic Program

Master of Arts Program

36 credit hours effective fall 2021 (new students). Please refer to your specific graduate catalog for degree requirements.

The Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Global Sustainability provides students with a broad education in sustainability studies and applied practices that enable humanity to address current pressing issues facing global ecosystems and to ensure a sustainable future. The interconnections between many fields are highlighted with emphasis placed on systems and nexus thinking, circular economies, sustainable development goals, and the triple bottom line of supporting people, planet and prosperity.

The M.A. in Global Sustainability offers four concentrations: Climate Mitigation and Adaptation, Sustainable Tourism, Sustainability Policy and Sustainable Business. All concentrations are offered in online, on-campus format, and blended formats to meet the needs of student schedules. The graduate program is designed to prepare students to address complex regional, national, and global challenges related to sustainability and the ability to innovate in diverse cultural, geographic, and demographic contexts. Career preparation and professional development are emphasized through internships, certification training and applied projects to give students a superior education that prepares them for diverse occupations related to sustainability.

CURRICULUM

The program curriculum can be found here. Course descriptions can be found here

Pathway to Masters

CONCENTRATIONS

Concurrent degree available, for more information contact your academic advisor

Randall Pape
Academic Program Director
rpape@usf.edu

Jamie Chmiel
Academic Services Administrator
jchmiel@usf.edu