A distinctive dual degree program designed with Wake Forest’s School of Divinity, the Master of Divinity/Master of Arts in Sustainability satisfies the growing demand for professional religious leaders who have the knowledge and skills to lead communities to respond to critical ecological and environmental issues.
Candidates for the dual degree must apply both to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Divinity, follow the admissions requirements of the respective programs, and be accepted to each program in order to pursue a dual degree. A joint committee consisting of faculty and staff both from the School of Divinity and CEES will make final determination about an applicant’s suitability for the dual degree.
Wake Forest students already enrolled in the Master of Divinity degree program who decide to pursue the dual degree will complete an abbreviated application that includes a statement of interest and appropriate test scores.
Designed to be 96 credit hours completed in 7 semesters plus 1 full Summer session (based on full-time enrollment).