New RMC Master’s Focuses on Climate-Change Planning and Environmental Management

In just four semesters, Antioch University New England’s master’s degree in Resource Management and Conservation prepares students for leadership roles in twenty-first-century environmental management and climate-change planning.

AUNE’s new program is tailored to working professionals in the natural and environmental sciences who want to broaden their leadership expertise and expand their career options.

Students participate in a collaborative learning environment focused on socio-economic sustainability. Courses take place on Fridays and weekends. Sixteen-month completion and practical experience are key program components.

All students participate in a capstone project overseen by faculty. These team projects are structured as a consultancy for outside organizations that would like a particular sustainability or environmental challenge addressed.

Applications are currently being accepted for start in the fall.

Learn more here.

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