Master of Science in Environmental Economics and Management
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Unite economic development and environmental stewardship.
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September intake: May 1
(Extended for domestic applications)
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Now offering online completion options for this sustainable business degree.
Worldwide economic growth currently faces sustainability challenges. As a result, there is an urgent global need for management practices and research skills that balance economic demands with sustainability.
Organizations across the public and private sectors are increasingly incorporating these considerations into their planning. Managers who understand them will be at the forefront of leading change. TRU’s Master of Science in Environmental Economics and Management (MScEEM) prepares graduates to make major contributions to the field of economic sustainable management.
They acquire management skills, specialized knowledge in the emerging area of sustainability as well as important academic and applied research expertise through the completion of a graduate thesis or project. Completion of a thesis or project can serve as a stepping stone to a PhD program and an eventual career in academia and/or consulting.
Two years: Year 1: GDBA, Year 2: MScEEM
Project or Thesis
On campus, online or a combination
Full-time however some part-time study may be possible
Open to domestic and international students
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