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Address urgent global issues, find just solutions for all communities.
The New School is at the forefront of addressing global environmental issues thanks to Milano's Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management program. This program is designed to turn passion for environmental change and sustainability into careers with impact.
Our students benefit from small, customized classes, a rigorous program of theory and practice, and close attention from a faculty engaged in research, scholarship, and cutting-edge professions. Our practice-based learning places students front and center at organizations working on the most urgent problems facing communities. Access to the
Tishman Environment and Design Center,
International Field Programs,
NSSR economic courses,
Parsons design courses and other
Milano programs prepare them to engage with a diverse scientific, social, and political world. The program culminates in a capstone project in which students bring their knowledge and critical perspectives to a real-world challenge.
All Milano School graduate MS programs are flexible and convenient for working professionals as well as recent college graduates. You can study full-time and complete the program in two years or part-time and take up to five years to earn the master's degree. There are numerous
external scholarships available to graduate students with an environmental focus.
New York City is a hub for every kind of organization that can affect environmental change. Our students are handling environmental problems at government institutions, corporations, small, innovative companies, and nonprofits throughout the city. Current examples include rethinking environmental studies in charter schools, helping the NY Power Authority operations become more sustainable, and working with a local Microbrewery to develop environmentally responsible techniques.
Students will be prepared to work in a variety of fields, including government, nonprofits, advocacy, social change, and corporate social responsibility and sustainability. EPSM graduates hold such positions as Chief Sustainability Officer for the town of North Hempstead, NY; Project Manager for Multifamily Programs at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA); Green Business Support Specialist at the Center for Eco Technology; Project Manager at the Sustainable Development Solutions Center; and Project Coordinator for Public, Governmental, and Regulatory Affairs at the New York Power Authority. Others have started their own businesses or consulting firms, or work with networks of social change activists. See where some of
our alumni are working.
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Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (MS)
International Affairs (MA/MS)
Nonprofit Management (MS)
Organizational Change Management (MS)
Urban Policy Analysis and Management (MS)
Public and Urban Policy (PhD)
Leadership and Change (Post-Master's Certificate)
Organization Development (Post-Master's Certificate)
Sustainability Strategies (Post-Master's Certificate)
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