Future Students

Programs of Study

Undergraduate Degrees

Sustainability undergraduate students not only build on the skills associated with discipline-based study, they also focus on the connections between people and their social, natural, and built environments.
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Graduate Degrees

Sustainability graduate students learn to work on collaborative, transdisciplinary teams to creatively understand, research, and provide solutions to complex sustainability challenges.
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Additional Programs

Students from virtually any major at Arizona State University can pursue additional programs that tie sustainability to various professional fields and academic disciplines.
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Students and Faculty Spotlights

Dr. Kelli Larson

Researcher, professor, and scientist Kelli Larson is interested in water resource governance and human-environment interactions. She teaches these subjects in the School of Sustainability, for example, her Society and Sustainability course for undergraduate majors.
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Jesus Chavez

Senior Jesus Chavez is double majoring in sustainability and urban planning. Shortly after graduating in May 2014, he begins an urban planning internship with a private consulting firm in Spain. Extra-curricular endeavors have played a key role in his success.
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Samson Szeto

Senior Samson Szeto is double-majoring in sustainability and justice studies, with minors in geography, Asian studies, and socio-legal studies. His goal after graduating is to focus on a career in environmental law, policy, and consulting. He talks about his experiences at ASU. Meet Samson Szeto »


Established in 2006, the School of Sustainability’s mission is to educate a new generation of scholars and practitioners and create innovative modes of scholarship by bringing together people from multiple disciplines, leaders, and stakeholders to develop practical solutions to the most pressing sustainability challenges.


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