Multiple Locations +2
  • Tanzania
    • Zanzibar
  • Iceland
Academic Year
Subject Areas
Conservation and Preservation Earth Sciences Ecology Environmental Studies Geography Geology Global Studies Graduate Studies Meteorology Natural Sciences Oceanography Sustainable Development Wildlife Sciences +3

Program Details

Program Type
Direct Enrollment
Degree Level


Starting Price
Price Details
Semester 1 Tuition: $15,149
Semester 2 Tuition: $15,148
Semester 3 Tuition: $15,148

See full breakdown at: https://graduate.sit.edu/program/master-of-arts-climate-change-global-sustainability/?subpage=cost_scholarships
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Feb 26, 2024
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About Program

Gain the professional skills and hands-on experience you need to effectively confront climate change and promote sustainability.

During your first semester in Iceland, gain a deeper understanding of the country’s pathbreaking energy alternatives to fossil fuels. Explore Iceland’s methods for reducing carbon dioxide output; its core policies of environmental governance; and its changing geopolitical role as a leader in European energy innovation.

In your second semester, travel to Zanzibar, exploring the effects of climate change on tropical ecosystems; communities of the Indian Ocean; and best practices for balancing natural resources with sustainable growth, as you interact with scientists, activists, and leaders.

Spend your final semester undertaking a professional practicum at a prominent environmental or climate change organization.

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Program Highlights

  • Study in two countries - Iceland & Tanzania.
  • Do a semester-long practicum at an environmental or climate change organization to gain experience by letting you practice what you’ve learned in a professional setting.
  • Work with faculty who are practitioners in their fields.
  • Study with a diverse and experienced student body to enhance the learning experience both inside and outside the classroom.
  • Apply ethically sound science to identify, study, and mitigate problems and innovate solutions to climate change and its impacts.

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