The OU Online Master of Science in Sustainability: Energy and Materials Management (MSS) prepares graduates for advancement and leadership in a growing sector impacting industries around the world.
Focusing on the energy and materials sectors, the MSS program draws upon the faculty expertise and cutting-edge research conducted within the School of Sustainable Chemical, Biological, and Materials Engineering in the Gallogly College of Engineering at OU. The degree also integrates relevant economics, social sciences, project management, and leadership studies, empowering students to be change agents and equipping them with the skills to develop solutions that move the world forward.
This 100% online, 30-credit hour, 10-course program is designed for working adults and can be completed in just 18 months. Students can start in the fall or spring, joining synchronous sessions led by world-class OU faculty. Courses are conducted over Zoom one evening per week, Tuesday-Thursday. Students will also be given the opportunity for collaboration and shared learning in the “Challenge- Group Project” course, where groups of students complete an independent study on topics of their choice, with the option to attend in person at OU’s Norman campus.