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Abstract: In response to the hitherto unchallenged assumptions supporting a globalized economy, the Leadership for Sustainability Education (LSE) program, formerly Leadership in Ecology, Culture, and Learning, was developed as part of an emerging sustainability movement. This article highlights the favorable conditions that provided the context for the evolution of the LSE program, including organizational policies and practices at Portland State University, and a commitment to community-university partnerships that conveyed the University’s motto, “Let Knowledge Serve the City.” We discuss the potential that higher education has to transform practices and ways of thinking necessary for ecological sustainability and social justice. Following this overview, we outline the main elements of the LSE Master’s degree program, including the four key learning areas: self-understanding and commitment, systemic view of the world, bio-cultural relationships, and tools for sustainable change. Additionally, we describe the types of learning experiences and assessment strategies employed throughout the program. We conclude by sharing the key authors and thinkers who influence the program and coursework.
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They do want you (and everyone else on Masters courses) only for your money; but that, in itself, does not mean that by paying the fees, one is being "ripped off." Again, at the end of the day, that would seem to be determined by one's job prospects upon graduation. If you -- and this of course applies to everyone in a similar situation -- want to prevent yourself from being ripped off, you need to gauge what your jobs prospects are likely to be.
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LSE is known as one of the best unis in the UK. However, from what I’ve learnt, it is VERY easy to get an offer for LSE masters programs (relative to, say, Oxbridge or top American programs). Just check all these forums (e.g. TSR, TestMagic) yourself: loads of people (who applied, of course) have gotten an offer from LSE. Virtually everyone who has an offer from Oxbridge also has an offer from LSE (again, if they applied of course). The opposite is quite often not true, and I find few rejections from LSE (again, relative to other supposedly top unis).