Students enrolled in the MLS and MSUS concurrent program are likely to already have an area of focus in mind and be more interested in conducting applied projects rather than the basic thesis requirements of other concurrent graduate programs. To be considered to have completed the concurrent degrees, and eligible to receive the Master in Legal Studies and the Masters in Sustainable Solutions, students must satisfy the following minimum curriculum requirements:
Students in the Master of Legal Studies and the Master of Sustainable Solutions program take courses from and conduct applied projects with a variety of law professors and teaching faculty with the School of Sustainability. The exact professors with whom a student will be able to work with and is mentored by will depend in large part on the student’s course selection and research interests.
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