The Department of Earth and Environmental Studies and partners across the University are pleased to announce a new Minor in Sustainability Science.
You will learn Sustainability principles, technologies and metrics related to reducing energy and water consumption, reducing waste generation, construction and green building rating systems, green technologies, natural resource conservation and management, climate change resilience, and corporate responsibility. These skills are relevant to career paths in businesses including small-to-medium size enterprises to multinational corporations, government agencies, municipalities, non-governmental organizations, and not-for-profits.
The Minor consists of 19 credits, of which 7 also satisfy General Education requirements. Course work is selected from the natural and physical sciences, business, social sciences, and humanities. The capstone experience consists of an applied project. Please visit the Sustainability Minor catalog page to view the full curriculum. Additional information about Sustainability Science degree programs and career opportunities is available at the Sustainability Science Program pagein the Department of Earth and Environmental Studies.
For more information and to declare a Minor in Sustainability Science please contact:
- Dr. Pope, Chair, Department of Earth and Environmental Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Alo, Undergraduate Advisor for Sustainability Science, email@example.com
- Dr. Yu, Undergraduate Advisor for Sustainability Science, firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about campus sustainability initiatives, internships, and research at Montclair State University:
- Campus sustainability initiatives in construction and renovations, purchasing, energy, transportation, and water conservation.
- PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies launches the 2018 Summer Green Teams Program to provide teams of students with internships in corporations, local businesses, and government agencies.
- CSAM establishes the Clean Energy and Sustainability Analytics Center (CESAC) launches to support sustainable and clean energy policies, technology, and practices in New Jersey.