Lasting Impact

Your studies in this growing field will incorporate sustainability theory, environmental science and integrative, analytical thinking, as well as sustainability planning, monitoring and reporting. In addition to classroom work, you will benefit from hands-on opportunities in sustainability practice through our supervised internships in community agriculture (PEAS farm), native plants and ethnobotany, sustainable living at the UM FLAT, and other sustainability-related internships. We provide a capstone course that is problem-driven and gives you experience integrating scientific and local knowledge to develop practical solutions.

 

43

Udall Scholars since the program was launched in 1992

30%

of UM students are the first in their family to attend college

28

UM students have been named Rhodes Scholars

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