Through the masters degree program in Sustainability at Harvard University you develop:
The degree includes either nine courses and a thesis or 11 courses and a capstone, with at least one course taken on campus.
Including the admission courses, you’ll complete the following courses to earn the degree:
Many courses can be taken online, but you are required to come to Cambridge for at least one course—either the thesis proposal course or capstone course—which gives you access to faculty, campus resources and the academic community.
You may complete the thesis proposal course either in our three-week January term or three-week summer term. You may complete the capstone through the three-week summer term or four intensive Saturdays during our fall or spring semesters.
To begin the admission process, complete:
You need to have an undergraduate degree to begin taking degree-applicable courses. The admission courses must be 4-credit, graduate-level courses. You complete all admission courses with a grade of B or higher, without letting your overall Harvard cumulative GPA dip below 3.0.
Affordability is core to our mission. Graduate tuition is $2,550 per course, and the total tuition cost of earning the master’s degree is approximately $25,500 to $30,600.
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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