Berkeley will launch new Masters of Climate Solutions degree in 2025

Organizations, cities, and states around the world are charting paths to quantify and curtail their carbon emissions and uncovering business avenues within climate solutions. In addition to focusing on reducing their environmental impact, they are proactively crafting robust policies and strategic plans that hinge on the intertwining of environmental stewardship and economic opportunity. They need graduates of the Master of Climate Solutions (MCS) program at the University of California, Berkeley’s Rausser College of Natural Resources.

The MCS is designed, not to teach you to become a scientist who develops a new energy source or advances material science, but to enable you to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses, the potential and the risks, of such a new tool. The program is built to give you the skills and experiences you need to conduct this evaluation in a streamlined manner.