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Transformational Studies

University: European University Flensburg
Department: Faculty III
Location: Flensburg
Degree: Master
Start of study:
Winter semester ,

Short description

What characterizes unsustainable ways of living and doing business in modern societies? How did what is become? What promotes or inhibits a socio-ecological transformation? These are the questions addressed by the interdisciplinary Master's program in Transformation Studies at the European University of Flensburg. The study program addresses socio-ecological causes and consequences of current environmental and sustainability crises. Students and lecturers analyze and discuss possible solutions proposed in science and society from a growth- and domination-critical perspective under the guiding principle of sustainability. The students are provided with different scientific theories and findings and spaces are opened up for creative thinking and action.

Facts about the study

Area of study
Society & Transformation ,
German ,
Standard period of study
4 Semesters
Costs per Semester
262,5 €
120 ECTS
Admission requirements
Completed university studies of at least 180 ECTS credits and a standard period of study of at least six semesters at a university or college, 30 ECTS in humanities, social sciences and/or environmental sciences, English language skills at B2 level.
Occupational profiles
Doctoral studies and research, work in international organizations and non-governmental organizations, work in corporate social responsibility and sustainability departments in companies, work in environmental departments and in public administration, in public welfare-oriented companies, foundations and associations, educational work with a focus on sustainability (ESD), media, press and public relations work on topics relevant to the environment and sustainability, political and policy consulting.

Consulting and contact

+49 (0) 461 805 2637