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    Master’s Degrees in
    Sustainable Communities

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Prospective Students

Learn about admissions requirements, important deadlines and courses.


Core Curriculum course

Core Curriculum

Our unique curriculum integrates the interdisciplinary study and real-world practice of sustainability.


image of carl lipo Sustainability Work 

Affiliated faculty conduct research all over the world: in our backyard of Binghamton and the far-away Easter Island. 


After Graduation

After Graduation

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the employment outlook for sustainability and environmental specialists will grow 11 percent by 2024, faster than the average for all occupations.


Attend upcoming information session

6 p.m. Tuesday, March 14 - Science I, Room 162

The role of sustainability professionals has grown

Through a custom education and job training, you will be prepared to become a leader in shaping sustainable communities to protect people and the planet.

A cutting-edge professional degree to create a sustainable future

Graduates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to advance environmental policy, economic development and social equity across public, private and non-profit sectors.

The competitive edge to launch your career

Our unique, interdisciplinary program will not only set you up for a job in sustainability, it will set you up for an impactful career you're passionate about.

What degrees are available?

The 38-credit program culminates with either a thesis (Master of Science in Sustainable Communities) or capstone project (Master of Arts in Sustainable Communities).

Last Updated: 2/24/17