MS in Sustainability
Master of Science in Sustainability, consists of the five foundation graduate courses (15 credit hours) offered in the Certificate program and continue with graduate-level courses in technical specialties such as sustainable food systems, green building principles, sustainable site design, and renewable energy, as well as further studies in sustainable enterprise and opportunities for student designed courses and projects. The program requires 30 credit hours and may be completed in one year. The Master of Science in Sustainability from Lipscomb University is designed for professionals who seek to develop or advance their career in a broad variety of business, management and advocacy professions, armed with important core knowledge of science, business and social trends within the sustainability field. Whether you are recent baccalaureate graduate, or have years of professional experience, a Master of Science in Sustainability can add unique value to what you offer employers and clients on their path to sustainability.