Environmental Humanities

Bachelor of Sustainability (BSust)

Knowledge and skills for a better future

Bachelor of Sustainability Students

The Bachelor of Sustainability (BSust) is interdisciplinary to the core because no one academic discipline can address issues like climate change and biodiversity loss in their entirety. At the same time, it asks students to learn within select concentrations that develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that enable them to take action and solve problems at local to global scales.

Students take a set of core integrative courses specific to sustainability along with a set of advanced courses in one of the following four concentrations:

  • Environmental Analytics
  • Environmental Conservation and Management
  • Environmental Humanities
  • Green Chemistry

Environmental Humanities

Learn about the ethical, historical and cultural roots of environmental crisis, and find out how to optimize the impact of sustainability research.