Environmental Studies (MS) with a concentration in Advocacy for Social Justice and Sustainability
Where do you want to make a difference? Create effective policies in local, state, national, and/or international arenas. Direct community-based organizations, research solutions to critical environmental and social challenges, or lead communications and development projects for a range of organizations. Advance clean energy. Mitigate climate change and help communities adapt to its impacts. Lead conservation and sustainable resource initiatives. Lead organizations committed to economic, environmental, and social justice. You choose the type of advocacy work you want to do and we’ll help you prepare for it. Integrate what you learn via graduate courses through field internships and capstone projects that provide you with the opportunity to apply your knowledge, demonstrate your abilities, and build your professional network before you graduate.
Antioch University, and therefore New England, is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association. All degree programs are also approved by the New Hampshire Postsecondary Commission.