EARTH alumni now have an exciting and exclusive chance to attend graduate school at Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and obtain a Masters in Sustainability or a Masters of Arts in Food Studies in just one year instead of two.
This opportunity is only offered to EARTH alumni, who all graduate with a licenciatura degree and earn between 180 and 194 credit hours. This significantly exceeds the 120 credit hours required by most institutions for a bachelor’s degree.
“The program validates the quality of our educational model and recognizes the solid foundation that our students have in applied agronomy, entrepreneurship, agricultural sciences and sustainability,” comments EARTH’s academic dean Edgar Alvarado, who oversaw the evaluation and negotiation process.
Chatham University shares EARTH’s commitment to preparing leaders with ethical values committed to promoting sustainability in their professional lives. The program is available to EARTH alumni beginning in the fall 2013 semester. For more information visit: http://falk.chatham.edu/programs/intlpart/mafs-earth.cfm
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