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Sustainable Development - MSc

Program Overview 

AUC offers a Master’s of Science in Sustainable Development as the first program based on innovative collaboration among the AUC schools of Business, Science and Engineering, Global Affairs and Public Policy, and Humanities and Social Sciences. The Master of Science program is enhanced by the advanced facilities and state-of-the-art equipment available at the University. The program aims to educate innovative and visionary leaders with a holistic understanding of the developmental challenges in today’s world. It offers a comprehensive and in-depth study of sustainability,  covering three dimensions: the economy, the environment and society. Concentrations in engineering, business studies, public policy or social sciences may be pursued, depending on the student’s interests and background. In addition to the theoretical and analytical components of the program, students are encouraged to carry out community-based activities.


Green Technologies


Sustainable Cities

Sustainable Communities

students working with construction equipment in engineering lab

Degrees and Admission Requirements

Students wishing to pursue a Diploma in Sustainable Development should meet the minimum academic and admission requirements set by AUC.


Fellowships are highly competitive awards. They are open to new students and may also be available to continuing graduate students who display superior performance in their academic endeavors, depending on the availability of allocated funds for a given fellowship award.

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