From next September, the University of Lyon III’s master’s course in “Ethics and Sustainable Development” is coming to Shanghai.
This multi-disciplinary training program, which includes courses on history, philosophy, law, economics and management, questions and retraces the evolution of this frequently employed but often misunderstood idea. In so doing, it opens the way for improved environmental awareness. By linking Chinese and French researcher/teachers, this innovative, multicultural master’s program provides training for specialists of the future in challenges relating to ecology and sustainable development. It is aimed at students whose future roles will involve supporting both public and private sectors in drawing up sustainable development policy.
About Jean Moulin University Lyon III
With over 25,000 students, Jean Moulin University Lyon III offers professional training programs (levels Bac +1 to Bac + 8) in the main humanities and social science disciplines, including law, political science, philosophy, management, economics, administration, languages, the arts, history, geography-planning, IT and communication, which are taught across six faculties and institutes.