Master of Sustainability Leadership

Arizona State University

Learning outcomes:

Students graduating from this program will:

  • understand critical knowledge, approaches and tools at the interface of sustainability and leadership
  • be proficient in applying solution-based knowledge and tools for institutional development and change for sustainability
  • be able to successfully lead institutional change and development toward sustainability
  • be proficient in building and communicating cases for sustainability, including opportunities and challenges
  • understand the emerging global sustainability context and proficiency in life-long learning in this rapidly evolving arena
Department/Institute/Unit: School of Sustainability; College of Global Futures
Institution: Arizona State University
City: Tempe (online)
Country: United States
State/Province: Arizona
Program Leader(s): Nicole Darnall, Associate Dean of SOS
Point(s) of Contact: N/A
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Year Initiated: 2016
Currently Active: Yes
Program Scale: International
Participant Model: Cohort Based
Participant Eligibility: Master’s Student
Time Commiment for Participants: 21-40 hours
Requirements for Participation: N/A
Application Frequency: None
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Cost to Participant: N/A
Funding or Support Available to Participants: N/A
Amount or Types of Support Available to Participants (if applicable): N/A
Mentorship Model: N/A
Number of Participants in Program: 10-19
How Program is Funded: Internal
Other Program Partners: N/A
Number of Program Staff: 1
Is the Program Credit Bearing or Credentialing: Yes
Is there a Program Evaluation Conducted: Yes
Type(s) of Evaluation(s) Conducted: N/A