Master of Sustainability Management
Bø - Full time
- Progression of study: Full time
- Campus: Bø
- Teaching model: On Campus
- Application code: 8129
- Study level: Master's degree
- Credits: 120
- Closing dates: Outside EU/EEA Dec. 1st. EU/EEA: March 1st.
- Start up: Autumn 2021
- Teaching Language: English
- Semesters: 4
Why study Sustainability Management?
Persons in managerial positions, who have to deal with issues relating to economic, environmental, social and cultural sustainability are often met with challenges that are complex, important and exciting.
Sustainable solutions are in demand in an increasing number of areas, and new guidelines and methods for increased sustainability are constantly under development. There are major challenges to be solved, along with multiple opportunities.
This Master programme provides research-based knowledge, practical skills and competencies that will allow you to work independently and judiciously with such challenges.
The Master of Sustainability Management prepares future managers and researchers for the task of dealing with problems and challenges related to management, regulation and certification of sustainable practices. This requires a strong link between sustainable practice and research within a number of fields.
The study programme provides access to advanced, interdisciplinary knowledge, creative thinking skills and decisive competencies for sustainability management in the private, public and non-profit sectors, both at home and abroad.
With a Master of Sustainability Management, you will be eligible for positions in the public sector in local and national administration. You will also be eligible for management positions in the private sector, both in Norway and abroad, and positions with responsibility for project management and management in the non-profit sector. You could also explore a number of career options within research and development.
The Master programme also qualifies you for research training in a range of academic fields within management and sustainability studies, such as our PhD programme in marketing management.
A study plan describes the content, structure and organization of a study programme. To each study plan there is a set of subject plans that describes the different subjects. In the subject plan you will also find a reading list. Below you will find a study model that shows you which subjects that are taught each term. In the study model you'll also find links to each subject plan.Link to the latest published study plan
This programme requires a bachelor’s degree, or equivalent. At least 80 ECTS of the bachelor’s degree should be relevant to sustainability management, or be an integrated vocational education with a scope of at least 120 ECTS within the subject area of the master’s degree. At least 7,5 ECTS in sustainable business, CSR and/or business ethics are required.
Relevant subject areas are management and/or related fields such as Accounting and finance, Business administration, Business Law, Culture Management, Economics, Event Management, Human Geography/Regional Studies, Innovation and entrepreneurship, IT, Marketing, Planning, and Political Science pertaining to public, private and/or non-profit Real Estate, Shipping and Logistics, Sport Management, Tourism Management.
You must also fulfill the English requirements, and have a cumulative grade point average equivalent to, or better than, a C in the ECTS system (we do the grade conversion).
Please read all the information about the admission process before you apply.