The Master of Sustainability is part of an articulated coursework program that provides advanced training to sustainability professionals and continuing students who wish to expand their understanding of complex social, economic and environmental sustainability issues.
This course is based on creative problem solving techniques, where you will learn to draw on cross-disciplinary processes and expert knowledge.
The Master of Sustainability produces sustainability professionals able to augment their discipline-specific skills with an appreciation of the technological, commercial, legal, governmental and societal imperatives underpinning sustainability issues. The course has been developed in collaboration between the University’s Institute of Sustainable Solutions (USISS) and industry professionals from areas such as energy, finance, the media, planning, health, law, and government.
Major themes addresses in this course include biodiversity, energy conservation, emission management, sustainable building design, urban planning, public health, economic development and environmental, national and international treaty law. Instruction will be from experts from across the University and leading industrial practitioners, in a series of on-campus lectures, tutorials and seminars. Depending on your subject selection you may also be involved in laboratory work.
To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/