By Dan Rubinstein

Addressing sustainability more broadly, new programming at Carleton this fall includes the launch of a collaborative specialization in climate change, which students from more than a dozen programs can add to their degrees.

This unique collaboration draws on the university’s demonstrated strengths and its internationally recognized climate change researchers across all faculties, creating a diverse specialization that will allow students to examine and respond to the interconnected nature of climate change.

Carleton’s Faculty of Science and Faculty of Public Affairs (FPA) are also collaborating this fall on a new jointly-delivered Certificate in Science and Policy, which is designed to provide students with foundational knowledge about the science-policy interface and practical skills to analyze and communicate complex science policy and societal issues.

On its own, FPA is offering a new first-in-Canada Graduate Diploma in Economic Policy. The part-time program is designed to expose anyone with an undergraduate degree and at least some formal training in undergraduate economics to a wide range of issues related to the formulation of economic policy. It targets non-economists working on economic policy in government, central banks and other organizations.

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