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The Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management is awarded for successful completion of a 42-credit course of study.
The Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management program can be completed in two years of full-time study. Our classes are scheduled to accommodate working professionals, giving students the flexibility to earn their degree full-time or part-time.
The program core familiarizes students with the natural sciences, financial analytics, economic, and policy and management dimensions of environmental issues like climate change. The core courses offer a strong analytical and theoretical foundation from which students can engage more deeply with relevant environmental and sustainability topics. Students supplement core learning with an area of concentration in either policy or management. Students can further customize their learning through the selection of elective courses that focus on particular areas of interest such as food, finance, or environmental justice.
Students complete the program with a capstone seminar, developing individual research- or practice-based projects in a collaborative and multidisciplinary learning environment.
The Milano School strongly encourages adding internship experience to classroom learning. Internships allow Milano School students to sharpen their abilities and build confidence through intensive involvement with professionals in actual work settings.
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