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Masters Programs in Sustainable Development in Mexico 2022

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

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SIT Graduate Institute
Oaxaca, Mexico +15 More

Learn how to design innovative solutions to today’s complex problems. In recent decades, economic disparity and environmental destruction have become ever more pronounced. Lea ... +

Learn how to design innovative solutions to today’s complex problems. In recent decades, economic disparity and environmental destruction have become ever more pronounced. Learn how current systems have led to today’s growing inequality, poverty, and unsustainable use of natural resources and discover innovative solutions being developed all over the world. You’ll also get the skills to create change to help societies and ecologies thrive. -
MA
Part-time
2 years
English
Online & Campus Combined
Campus
Online
 
Universidad de Sonora
Hermosillo, Mexico

General Objective: To train professionals with a comprehensive perspective of the technical, administrative, economic, social, environmental and ethical areas according to mod ... +

General Objective: To train professionals with a comprehensive perspective of the technical, administrative, economic, social, environmental and ethical areas according to modern models of sustainable development. -
Master
Full-time
2 semesters
Spanish
Campus
 
Autonomous University of Campeche (Universidad Autónoma de Campeche (UACam))
Campeche, Mexico

Globalization, culture, society, and development are the articulating axes of modern life. A world interconnected by virtual networks, where the global affects the local, whic ... +

Globalization, culture, society, and development are the articulating axes of modern life. A world interconnected by virtual networks, where the global affects the local, which places the subject as the center of decisions linked to their immediate environment, without forgetting their relationship with the world and the challenges imposed by its transformations. Heritage and sustainable development are two areas of this socio-cultural framework in which actors are linked with their natural and symbolic environment, imposing an inescapable commitment on all societies. -
Master
Spanish (Mexican)
Campus
 

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Center for University Studies Rudolph Diesel
Rosarito, Mexico

The graduate in this master's degree will be able to identify important similarities and differences between knowledge about sustainable and sustainable development with its i ... +

The graduate in this master's degree will be able to identify important similarities and differences between knowledge about sustainable and sustainable development with its implications in economic growth and development in the automotive industry, identify the errors of sustainable economic growth without forecasting the environment, it must be supported in norms and laws on environmental preservation. With skills to build new generalizations or principles based on knowledge of automotive sustainability. -
Master
Spanish (Mexican)
Campus
 
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana
Mexico City, Mexico

It is the first postgraduate degree that is taught mainly under the distance modality (through the ENVIA 3.0 platform) at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana and covers a g ... +

It is the first postgraduate degree that is taught mainly under the distance modality (through the ENVIA 3.0 platform) at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana and covers a gap in postgraduate studies specialized in environmental issues since in this master's degree they are approached from the perspective of the social sciences, while most of the existing postgraduate courses in this area approach environmental problems from the agronomic and biological sciences or engineering. In the case of our master's degree, we seek the training of researchers and professionals who contribute to the construction of sustainability regarding the specific conditions of production, social organization, and cultural creation of the societies in which they have an impact. -
Master
Spanish (Mexican)
Campus
 
Colegio San Luis
México, Mexico

The Master's Degree in Sustainable Water Management (MAGESA) offered by the Water and Society Program of El Colegio de San Luis is a postgraduate course aimed at research and ... +

The Master's Degree in Sustainable Water Management (MAGESA) offered by the Water and Society Program of El Colegio de San Luis is a postgraduate course aimed at research and training researchers and professionals for equitable, democratic, and sustainable water management. It is a multidisciplinary and consolidated program, face-to-face, open every two years, with a four-semester study plan that takes two years and requires full-time exclusive dedication. The research lines intertwine academic learning strategies, research questions, and field practices of students and teachers. The curricular organization is flexible and favors academic mobility and fieldwork for students. Promotes significant progress in research work to obtain a degree, so that students conclude the master's thesis at the end of the fourth semester. -
Master
Spanish (Mexican)
Campus