SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2019 ▶ 10:00AM
Over the course of the day at the Falk School Graduate Open House, you'll get to see what our programs have to offer and the professional outcomes that can arise from your education. Meet your future educators, classmates, collaborators, and colleagues to begin envisioning your role in sustainability's future while learning how you can turn your passions into your career.
10 a.m. » Meet and greet with faculty
11 a.m. » Academic program presentations
12 p.m. » Eden Hall Campus tour
1:00 p.m. » Lunch (featuring ingredients harvested from Eden Hall)
Since 2010, The Falk School of Sustainability & Environment has been a wellspring for leadership and education to overcome current and future sustainability challenges. The Falk School produces professional sustainability leaders that can apply principles of sustainability in a variety of areas. All of our students, faculty, and staff engage in activities that promote the professionalization of the fields, afford experiences that evidence real-world progress, and work to change their fields and communities for the better.
Master of Sustainability (MSUS)
The MSUS program prepares students with interdisciplinary thinking to act upon important local to large-scale global issues, and be the agents of change that corporations, governments, and other organizations are looking for to lead sustainability initiatives.
Sustainability + MBA (MSUS-MBA) Dual Degree
The MSUS program, in partnership with Chatham's Master of Business Administration program, has developed a dual degree program that positions graduates for sustainability management and leadership in sustainable business sectors.
Master of Arts in Food Studies (MAFS)
The M.A. in Food Studies emphasizes a holistic approach to food systems, from agriculture and food production to cuisines and consumption, providing practical experience from field to table.
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Food Studies + MBA (MAFS-MBA) Dual Degree
The MAFS+MBA program provides breadth and depth in food studies, business, and sustainable business, equipping students with a holistic understanding of food systems and business skills.
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