Sustainability science exists at the nexus of social science, ecology and economics. The University's Master of Sustainability students will learn about the science and politics of climate change, poverty and development, corporate social responsibility, ethics and the environment and much more in the process of coming to understand the new and profoundly important field of sustainable development.
Due to their highly interdisciplinary nature, our challenge-driven Master of Sustainability programmes embrace perspectives from: Anthropology, Philosophy, Data Science, Management, Economic Analysis, Business, Political Science, Environmental Studies, Design and Engineering. Students will find a range of professors, resources and materials coming from different disciplines, combining to form a rich fabric of learning.
We seek to cultivate life-ready system thinkers who, appreciating the value of critical and ethical thinking are challenge-driven. Our graduating students shall be shall leaders, future decision- and change-makers and creative social entrepreneurs ready to shape a new world. For with deep knowledge of global systems analyses, our graduates will lead in the development of regional and national solutions.
Executive Education and training include both open enrolment and bespoke face-to-face as well as online learning with AI-augmented personalised learning.