A two-year graduate program with a focus on topics related to sustainable environment, including the effects of human development, pollution, and population growth.
HBKU’s master’s in sustainable environment provides students with extensive knowledge in topics that are related to sustainable environment issues, including the effect of human development: the causes, impact and control of pollution, and the demands of a growing global population on natural resources. Students conduct original, guided environmental research that concentrates on issues surrounding the support of sustainable development. The multidisciplinary approach to the curricula builds fundamental knowledge that evolves with the developments within the field, equipping graduates with the tools needed to pursue a wide variety of career paths.
Through the program, students focus on a core set of skills that are required to build a successful career in science, engineering, and technology-related areas, including ethics, technical writing, research methods, data analytics, and advanced computing methods.
Areas of concentration include:
(+1 additional course if taking industrial project)
*Students having an MS degree may be able to seek core course waivers if they have completed sufficiently similar courses during their MS, allowing them to replace core courses with additional elective courses
Students must choose one of the following:
*Students having from an MS degree may be able to seek core course waivers if they have completed sufficiently similar courses during their MS, allowing them to replace core courses with additional elective courses
Students choose any five of the below (or six if opting for an industrial project instead of thesis)