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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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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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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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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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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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 »