School of Environment and Sustainability
The School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS) is an international model of excellence and destination site for interdisciplinary, problem-oriented and experience-based graduate and undergraduate learning for issues dealing with environment and sustainability.
The school offers both thesis- and project-based masters programs, a PhD program and an undergraduate certificate in sustainability. The undergraduate certificate is available to all students regardless of their major program and college. Students may enter the graduate programs from a variety of backgrounds, including the natural sciences, engineering, social sciences, business, law, education or arts and humanities.
The school represents a culture that demonstrates excellence in research, teaching and scholarly work, respects multiple forms of knowledge, encourages debate, values partnerships with outside organizations and agencies, creates innovations in teaching and learning, and addresses issues of societal importance. SENS provides students with the leadership and professional skills to become ambassadors for sustainability and agents of change in their communities, within their research fields and throughout their careers.
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