8:00 – 9:00 am (PST)
Learn to think through the lens of other disciplines, cultures, and practices to develop the capabilities to co-create solutions to our greatest global challenges.
The world’s problems do not stop at disciplinary boundaries. Disease, poverty, inequity and social injustice, humanitarian crises, and climate change are just a few of the interlinked global crises that are challenging us to take a more holistic view of the health of our planet and our future
20 month program 100% online
This Master’s degree is open to all disciplines affecting the built environment:
- Science and Technology Studies
- Planning and Sustainability Studies
- Political Science
- Public, international and global health
- and many more!