Part time Master's Degree in Sustainable Development in Middle East

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Sustainable Development

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.

 

A Master in Sustainable Development explores the interaction between environmental and societal issues, and looks at the importance of sustainability in a rapidly growing society. This pathway can produce future leaders willing to encourage the necessary societal changes.

Nothing helps scholars grow like exposure to a diverse set of ideals and backgrounds and that’s just what any student will get in the Middle East. From ancient civilizations to modern day cultures, scholars have the opportunity to experience new things in this region.

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MA in Energy and Sustainable Development

Kadir Has University
Campus September 2017 Turkey Istanbul

As a vital input of economy, energy is one of the most strategic tools for sustainable development of countries. The contemporary energy system, which is 90 percent dependent on fossil fuels, is not sustainable due to resource scarcity, environmental problems, and global climate change. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Sustainable Development in Middle East. As a vital input of economy, energy is one of the most strategic tools for sustainable development of countries. The contemporary energy system, which is 90 percent dependent on fossil fuels, is not sustainable due to resource scarcity, environmental problems, and global climate change. Another factor increasing the importance of energy is that in today’s world, where natural gas is used as a transition fuel on the path towards a low-carbon energy system, the geopolitical rivalry among major energy players continues to heighten. This rivalry accelerates the struggle for resources and causes global economic and political destabilization. Turkish energy system is also faced with crucial problems. Turkey imports about three quarter of its energy in exchange for 50-60 billion USD and its dependence on foreign resources threatens energy security as well as national security of the country. Turkey’s import dependency on natural gas and oil, which are the most consumed primary resources, is currently more than 90 percent. Furthermore, domestic energy production is gradually decreasing while the gap between production and consumption continues to widen. In the 21st century, state economy cannot be sustained under such circumstances in energy. Another important feature of Turkey’s energy system is high energy demand owing to her rapid development, which attracts the attention of the world as a rising market. In the last 50 years, the primary energy demand increased by 5 percent while the demand for electricity increased by 8 percent and this... [-]

Master in Sustainable Development Law

Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi
Campus 1 - 2 years October 2017 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi

The Paris Sorbonne Master program in Sustainable Development Law is specifically designed and adapted for students to acquire fundamental knowledge and professional skills in sustainable development which are nowadays required in business, administration and law, in all public or private organizations”. [+]

"Sustainable development is a collective and collaborative process of change contributing to improvements in the quality of life. It requires the integration of economic growth and social justice with environmental protection objectives and has become necessary for all economic policymakers and stakeholders at the national and international levels to take into account as they develop their strategic plans. The Paris Sorbonne Master program in Sustainable Development Law is specifically designed and adapted for students to acquire fundamental knowledge and professional skills in sustainable development which are nowadays required in business, administration and law, in all public or private organizations”. Anthony Chamboredon, PSUAD Associate Professor, faculty advisor for the Master program Objectives Achieve a high level of comprehension in public policies and private strategies of sustainable development within domestic and international legal frameworks. Acquire strong legal skills to counsel both public and private entities. Deepen understanding of technologies as well as economic and institutional models supporting sustainable development. Define sustainability criteria and benchmark measures to critically assess existing systems. Design sustainable solutions to real-world problems and optimize quality and strategic decision making. Key Features Twelve-month program; delivered in English; Close interaction with the business and sustainable development communities; Courses taught by both university academics and working professionals in the field; Students may choose to write a research paper or perform a professional internship; Flexible Curriculum (evening or weekend classes) Program overview* Semester 1 General Principles of Sustainable Development Geopolitics of Sustainable Development Environmental Responsibility Corporate Social Responsibility Economics and Management Finance... [-]