Chatham's Master of Sustainability (MSUS) program prepares enterprising students with the tools necessary to be the agents of change that corporations, governments, and other organizations need to lead their sustainability initiatives. The program and its focus on real-world impact is inspired by environmental icon and Chatham alumna Rachel Carson '29, whose own work over 50 years ago continues to impact the world.
The program develops students' expertise in sustainability management, Earth systems science, assessment, law and policy, communication, ethics, and other areas critical to implementing sustainability. Program hallmarks include:
- Develop connections and build networks for career opportunities within the sustainability field.
See our Alumni & Resources page.
- Seven MSUS focus areas in sustainability management, sustainable design, community development, and more.
See Focus Areas.
- Uniquely prepare yourself for sustainability leadership and management with our MSUS-MBA Dual degree program.
- Live and learn at the first campus in the world built from the ground up on the principles of sustainability.
Learn about Eden Hall Campus.