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Wake Forest Master of Arts in Sustainability Information Session

Come hear about a new and compelling master’s degree at Wake Forest University. 


Wake Forest University has a new offering that pulls together courses and projects from across its university. The Master of Arts in Sustainability is a one year degree option for those interested in the broad area of sustainability. The program is run through the Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability


The degree is ideal for a graduating student who has a focused science or professional undergraduate degree, a student wanting to do a dual degree graduate school option or for working professionals who want to attend a one year master’s degree program. We also have a certificate option for 12 credits.


The one year MASus has a heavy emphasis on projects with a thesis or internship during the last semester. Projects are varied and done in various settings including government, business and NGO settings. 


Dan Fogel, interim director of the new master’s program will be on campus Thursday, Nov. 7 to discuss the program with interested students and faculty members.


Alvarez 209 is the new space on atrium level between the Duke Family Performance Hall and the Center for Multicultural Affairs


Knobloch Campus Center Alvarez- Room 209

Event Type

Information Session


Harvey, Brenda T