MA in Environment and Society

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Master in Environment and Society

What do plants have to do with politics? How are the environment and justice related? Where does art meet climate change? We explore and explain the diverse relationships between environment and society. How has this relationship changed over time? Where do we stand today? Where do we want to go?

The interdisciplinary Master in Environment and Society examines current research questions and debates related to transformation processes in our environment. The disciplines involved include history, literature, art, law, anthropology, geography, and sociology. The program prepares students for a range of careers dedicated to tackling today's social and environmental challenges and for pursuing academic careers. Discover more about the program using the links below.