The Bachelor of Sustainability (B.Sust.) degree is a four-year direct-entry interdisciplinary program blending practice, theory, and research methodology in participating concentrations. Students take a set of core integrative courses specific to sustainability along with a set of advanced courses in one of the concentrations:
- Environmental Analytics
- Environmental Conservation and Management
- Environmental Humanities
- Green Chemistry
The curriculum consists of 39 credits from core integrative courses, along with a minimum of 42 credits from concentration courses. Remaining credits will be chosen from relevant elective courses in consultation with a program advisor to enable students to achieve the necessary breadth to become well-versed in sustainability matters on a local-to-global scale.