On this part-time program, you’ll earn 36 credits over two years.

 

Year 1, term 1 – two-week residency in Vermont and online (7 credits)

Theory and Practice of Social Change (3 credits)

Human Flourishing in the Anthropocene: From Development to Regeneration (3 credits)

Foundations in Regenerative Leadership (1 credit)

 

Year 1, term 2 – online (5 credits)

Economics for Sustainable Development and Regeneration (3 credits)

Regenerative Design (2 credits)

 

Year 1, term 3 – two-week residency Oaxaca and online (7 credits)

Development and Resistance in Latin America (2 credits)

Communication, Media, and Art for Social Transformation (2 credits)

Science and Appropriate Technology: Oaxaca  (1 credit)

Food sovereignty and Agro-ecology (1 credit)

Migration, Borders, and Transnational Communities (1 credit)

 

Year 2, term 1 – one-week residency in Vermont and online (6 credits)

Understanding and Designing Social-Ecological Change (3 credits)

Science and Appropriate Technology: Vermont (1 credit)

Choice of either an elective from the MA in Peace and Justice Leadership or the Washington, DC, Field School (2 credits)

 

Year 2, term 2 – online (6–8 credits)

Learning in Place: Land and Ecology (2 credits)

Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (2 credits)

Learning in Place: Society and Culture (2 credits)

Optional Washington, DC, Field School course (2 credits)

  • Advanced Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning

OR

  • Advanced Policy Advocacy Theory and Practice

 

Year 2, term 3 – online and seminar in Vermont (5 credits)

Participative Action-Research Capstone Preparation (3 credits)

Capstone Paper (1 credit)

Capstone Presentation and Seminar (1 credit)