With a six-course curriculum offered entirely online, this program comprises courses such as Sustainability Science, Energy in the 21st Century, Water Resources, and Building Green Buildings. Students are exposed to both science and policy as they explore such pressing concerns as climate change, population growth, and the limits of natural resources.
Complete the following course:
|ADBI 1128||Sustainability Science|
Completed 5 of the following courses:
|ADBI 2010||Eating and the Environment|
|ADXX||Building Green Buildings|
|ADXX||Energy in the 21st Century|
|ADGE 2505||Wetlands Science and Policy|
|ADGE 2500||Natural Disasters|
|ADXX||Evolution of Life and Historical Geology|
|ADXX||Urban Ecology: Environmental History of Boston|
“Professor Cole's class on Eating and the Environment was absolutely fantastic this past spring. I learned so much from the class, and I cannot tell you how much I looked forward to our weekly discussions. The class really set me on the right path to take the knowledge I gained and to blend it with my new role at Ceres.”
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Please mail application materials to:
Woods College of Advancing Studies Admissions Office
St. Mary's Hall South
140 Commonwealth Avenue
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
In 500-750 words, describe your academic and professional goals, any experience relevant to this program, and your future plans, expectations, and aspirations.
Application fee: $45