The purpose of this on-campus course is to catalyze transition of societies toward sustainable futures and lifestyles that are simultaneously place-based (local) and internationally networked (global). Learning activities emphasize systems thinking from the perspective of areas of interest spanning circular economies, commoning, decolonialization, socio-technical transitions, public policy, stakeholder participation, and futuring among others. Participants will gain the knowledge and skills needed to engage actively in driving sustainable change across a range of complex systems—from food, water, materials and products, to transport, healthcare, communications, and education. Upon completing the PhD, graduates are equipped to instigate and lead systems-change through academic posts in leading universities and take on influential roles in nonprofit organizations, business, and government. Get further details: Curriculum, Entry Requirements, Costs, Application Instructions.
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