Interests that are a good basis for this study programme
You should be interested in human-environment-interactions, economy, sustainability and innovation. Basic interest in programming (system modeling and integration) is an advantage. You must have already completed a subject-relevant bachelor’s programme in order to be admitted to this programme.
Environmental Systems Sciences / Sustainability and Innovation Management at the University of Graz
This master program provides a focus on sustainability and innovation management considering in particular systems sciences approaches. Systems sciences component enables you to see problems from a holistic perspective and thus to develop new approaches to solve them.
Doctoral Programme of Natural Science – Faculty of Environmental and Regional Sciences and Education at the University of Graz
The Doctoral Programme of Natural Science – Faculty of Environmental and Regional Sciences and Education enables you to develop your research interests further and to perfect your methodological skills. You will work independently to investigate academic questions and contribute to the development of knowledge and innovation in your subject area.
Preparation for a wide range of career paths
With your sound knowledge of Environmental Systems Sciences - Sustainability Management, as a graduate you qualify for traditional business professions such as investment and financial advice, asset and credit management, controlling, HR management as well as production, export, regional, risk and environmental management, finances and accounting. By combining business administration skills with competences in environmental systems sciences, you extend your range of professional opportunities to include the areas teaching and research in academic institutions, assistance in environmental research, consultancy and supervision of environmental facilities, project and strategic management, environment and landscape planning and environmental controlling.
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Most striking topics
The master program addresses sustainability transitions, circular economy and climate change mitigation
Combining research and practice
The master program provides research-based and project-oriented teaching
The master program is fully taught in English
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