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Learning and Career Outcomes
What Can You Do with a Specialization in Leadership of Sustainable Systems?
By bringing together students who share a common concern for the future of the planet and its cultural and biological diversity, we hope to inspire and empower a new generation of leaders with excitement and concrete professional opportunities to create positive impacts.
Students have the opportunity to become part of a global network of scholar-practitioners who will continue to engage with one another and with Saybrook as they venture out into the world with new knowledge, skills, tools, and resources.
Student learning outcomes for the specialization in Leadership of Sustainable Systems are to be able to:
- Understand and explore from a critical, creative, and systemic perspective, the complexity of the sustainable challenges and opportunities that organizations and communities face.
- Diagnose, research, evaluate and design interventions for transformative change in private, public and social institutions.
- Develop the leadership competencies and collaborative skills to facilitate, guide, educate and empower people in diverse contexts to become part of the solution.
- Learn from and with their learning community about shared leadership, personal transformation, collaboration, communication and diversity.
Students in Saybrook's Organizational Systems degree programs come from a broad range of career paths and are pursuing higher education to advance in their chosen fields. Graduates work in a variety of settings that include: