Academic Requirements:

To earn the Master of Arts in Cultural Sustainability, students will complete a minimum of 42 credits of required, elective and professional management courses. The required courses make up roughly half (21 credits) of the degree and include a six-credit capstone project in the field. The additional 19.5 course credits are drawn from program electives (CSP) and a minimum of 9 course credits from the Professional Management (PMGT) curriculum.

Courses are conducted primarily online, reaching a national audience and allowing you to work and pursue the degree regardless of your location. In addition, a limited residency and workshop components will provide face-to-face interaction and fieldwork with faculty and other students in the program.

Cultural Sustainability Required Courses  (21 credits)

Electives (21 credits)

Cultural Sustainability Elective Courses (12 credits required)
For the 12 elective credits required, students may select from the Cultural Sustainability electives below, or may choose to take some courses from the Environmental Studies, Digital Arts, or Management electives.  Students will work with their advisors to determine electives that reflect their professional goals.

Management Elective Courses (9 credits)
NOTE: Students will work with their advisors to select a set of courses that best meet their professional goals.