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Master of Science in Sustainable Organizations and Policy

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Required Core (9 Credits)


Students will take each of the courses below: 
  • BUA 650 Managing Sustainability: Purpose, Principles, Practice
  • BUA 759 Sustainability-Driven Enterprise
  • PAI 600 Introduction to Sustainability

Statistics/Required Core (3 Credits)


Students will take one of the statistics/analytics courses below:

  • MBC 638 Data Analysis and Decision Making
  • PAI 721 Introduction to Statistics
  • PSC 693 Introduction to Quantitative Political Analysis
  • SOC 606 Quantitative Research Design

Sustainability Core (6 Credits)


Students will take two of the courses below: 
  • BUA 651 Strategic Management and the Natural Environment
  • PAI 723 Economics for Public Decisions
  • PAI 730 Smart Grid: Security, Privacy and Economics
  • PAI 770 Climate Change: Science, Perception, and Law
  • PAI 775 Energy, Environment, and Resources Policy
  • PAI 777 Economics of Environmental Policy
  • SCM 740 Green Supply Chain Management

Elective Courses (12 Credits)


Students will select 12 credits of courses from the list of eligible electives. All courses in the Sustainability Core may be used to fulfill elective course requirements. A predetermined selection of SUNY-ESF courses will also count for elective credit.

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Jay Golden

Jay Golden


Pontarelli Professor of Environmental Sustainability and Finance
Program Director, M.S. in Sustainable Organizations and Policy
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs


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Maria Minniti


Bantle Chair in Entrepreneurship and Public Policy
Chair, Department of Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises
Whitman School of Management

 

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Cory Meyers


Director, Graduate Enrollment
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs

 

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Mary Collier


Executive Director, Graduate Recruitment
Whitman School of Management

 

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