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Degree Programs and Curricula Related to Sustainability

Students seeking a degree or academic programs related to environmental sustainability may be interested in the following programs offered at Georgetown. This list will be updated as curricula evolve and new programs develop.

Undergraduate Major and Minors

Within The College, the Biology Department offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Environmental Biology and Biology of Global Health, and a minor in Environmental Studies.

Additionally, science students in The College who wish to broaden their understanding of the impact of science and technology on society, and the mutual influence of economics, politics and culture on science and technology and vice versa, are eligible for a minor in Science, Technology, and International Affairs.

The Walsh School of Foreign Service also offers a major in Science, Technology and International Affairs, with a concentration in Environmental Studies, including Energy.


Graduate Programs

The McCourt School of Public Policy offers a Master of Public Policy with a track in Environmental and Regulatory Policy.

The Georgetown Law School offers a focused curriculum in Environmental Law.

The Department of History offers its M.A. and Ph. D. candidates a thematic strength in environmental history, and annually awards a full fellowship in Environmental History to an incoming doctoral student.

For information about a specific program listed here, please contact the School or Department directly.

If you know of an academic program that should be added to this list, please contact the Program Coordinator for Sustainability.

Sustainability at Georgetown UniversityNew South LL 10437th and O Streets, N.W., Washington D.C. 20057Phone: (202) 687.1234Fax: (202) 687.5678sustainability@georgetown.edu

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