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Nachhaltigkeitswissenschaft - Sustainability Science (M.Sc.)

Course Description

The Master's degree in Sustainability Studies offers an academically grounded education in sustainable development research. Our goal is to provide the theoretical, methodological, organisational and communicative skills needed to conceive, implement and critically reflect upon the interdisciplinary projects and research that define sustainability studies. In addition, the degree programme aims to train students to become agents for change in the economic, scientific, political and civil organisations, so that they can promote, manage and evaluate how these organisations make a transition toward sustainable policies.

Entry Requirements

Qualified Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent), comprising a study period of at least 3 years and/or an amount of at least 180 credit points; Bachelor’s GPA of at least 2.5 in the German system (above average degree); The relevant subject-related knowledge for our Master’s programmes must be proved by a sufficient amount of credit points in an identical or related academic subject of your Bachelor’s study programme (find details on our website at View Website); good knowledge of English; sufficient knowledge of German

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