APU places you at a sustainability forefront
Alaska is a geostrategic crossroads for real-world challenges like food security, climate change, environmental ethics and sustainable wild fisheries. Expect to work closely with your academic adviser to identify your goals and personalize your SUS degree. Graduate with career-ready, problem-solving skills.
Sustainability Studies can be an efficient path for transfer students seeking to apply credits in a degree that emphasizes customized, project- based learning.
SUS graduates are pursuing careers in management, research and community outreach at:
- Alaska Native-owned corporations
- legislative offices
- national parks
Alaska is your classroom
Incorporate Alaska into your academic field work. Pursue skills-enhancing courses in ecological economics and geographical information systems. Then expand your professional network with internships and senior projects for hands-on learning, preparing you for advanced degrees and careers with agencies, business, and education groups, among others.
Application Date Requirements
1 month prior to the start of block or session class