The MA in Climate and Society is a 12-month interdisciplinary graduate program that trains students to understand and address the impacts of climate. Students gain knowledge in the natural and social sciences as they relate to climate through classes and research experiences. The graduates go on to professional work in public, private, non-profit and community organizations/sectors, as well as to further academic and professional study.
Students in the MA in Climate and Society complete 22 core course credits. In addition to the core courses, students take a minimum of 12 elective course credits. The Climate and Society program is soliciting proposals to offer new elective courses through the program in the fall, spring and summer semesters.