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Human activities are shaping the Earth. Addressing the interactions between social and ecological systems requires new perspectives and academic approaches. The Sustainability Science and Society graduate program aims to facilitate society's transition towards sustainability. The transdisciplinary focus of the program breaks down traditional barriers between disciplines, encouraging the cross pollination of ideas that will generate novel solutions and new opportunities in a dynamic and complex world. This graduate program consists of two learning paths. The Master of Sustainability, Co-op (Scheme A) is for those students wishing to enrich classroom learning with practical experience. Alternatively, students desiring an intensive research experience will pursue a Master of Sustainability, Thesis (Scheme B). Both paths include common foundational courses that are offered in the first two terms of study. Our Faculty comes from diverse disciplines and units at Brock University who share a common interest in environmental sustainability. Brock University is located in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve - a site seeking to reconcile social, economic and biophysical challenges confronting societies around the globe.
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1. Submit your transcripts as well as the following program-specific materials:
2. Two academic references are required.
3. Curriculum Vitae (CV)
4. Statement of Intent — this document should convey the rationale for seeking entry to the program as well as describe how it advances his/her
professional and academic aspirations. It should be written as a free-form essay of no more than two pages in length. It must include your career aspirations and plans, research interests and faculty supervisor preference, as well as experience relevant to the program.
Students should consult the listing of core faculty and indicate their top three choices on the application
Successful completion of four year Bachelor's degree, or its equivalent, from an accredited university with a minimum 75% (mid-B) average over the last two years of full-time undergraduate study.
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