Would you like to learn about the legal and policy aspects of sustainability and gain key insights into the legal landscape surrounding water, energy, and land use? Are you looking to advance your career by obtaining a Master's Degree from one of the nation's top public law schools? Are you further looking to advance your career by obtaining a Master's Degree from the first comprehensive degree-granting program of its kind in the U.S. with a focus on finding real-world solutions to environmental, economic, and social challenges? If so, this Concurrent program with a Masters in Legal Studies and a Master's in Sustainable Solutions is likely right for you.
The concurrent degree program allows students to earn two Master's degree in a two or three-year period. Twenty percent of the total credit hours required for both degrees will be shared, reducing the total credit hours to obtain the degrees separately by a semester (12 credit units).
To be considered for admission, applicants to the concurrent MLS/MSUS will need to apply to each program separately. Applicants must meet the admissions criteria for the College of Law and the School of Sustainability.