A 30 credit degree program designed to enable students to examine global environmental, social and economic challenges facing society and to explore and develop possible sustainable solutions.
Geography Core Courses
Geography 500: Graduate Studies in Geography
Geography 530: Internship
Geography 598: Research in Geography
Geography 595: Special Project
or 599: Thesis
Electives: 9 credits
Sustainability Core Courses
Sustainability 500: Social, Political and Ethical Dimensions of Sustainability: Study of the complex interrelationships between natural, social and political systems.
Sustainability 501: Contemporary Challenges in Environmental Sustainability: Examines the contemporary challenges in environmental sustainability within the interacting destructive tendencies of the modern world.
Sustainability 502: Science of Sustainability: An interdisciplinary course to provide the core science background necessary for understanding the current environmental problems in sustainability.
Dr. Charles E. Button
CCSU Geography Department