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Yes Mom, it’s a REAL thing: Ecological Design Degrees

February 25, 2012

At this point in my life, I’m starting to consider higher eduction. It’ll be a little while until I muster up the strength to commit, but I believe that it will happen.

As more and more people understand that regenerative landscapes are not only possible, but overflowing with incentives and benefits, Ecological Design programs are in higher demand. In the short time I’ve been looking, I’ve even witnessed some new ones pop up.

So, here’s a short list of findings, hopefully it’ll lead you to something grand:

  • Yestermorrow Design/Build School – (VT) Where I’m currently enrolled, and I don’t have enough good things to say. It is not, however, accredited. And they only offer certificates.
  • University of Vermont – (VT) Program is partly overseen by John Todd, and part of UVM. They offer a ‘Certificate of Graduate Study.’
  • Ecosa Institute – (AZ) Offering both a Certificate and Masters in Regenerative Ecological Design.

Also, TreeHugger posted a great list of eco-design programs, most of which are over-seas.

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