A study program that seeks to impart knowledge regarding sustainability must have a high degree of interdisciplinarity. This attribute is guaranteed in Basel as this master's degree is jointly represented by the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Business and Economics. This ensures that the topic of sustainability is addressed taking into account scientific, societal and economic perspectives.
The TC issues the study regulations and guidelines approved by the responsible university bodies; determines the semester course plan and medium-term syllabus, teaching and assessment formats, credit points etc.; sets the rules for recognition of CP and fact sheets; decides on applications for master's theses etc.
To accomplish these tasks the members of the TC (see list below) meets regularly with thehead of the coordination office, Camelia Chebbi, according to announcement:
- Prof. Dr. Patricia Holm
- PD. Dr. Basil Bornemann (ad interim; information to be followed soon)
- Prof. Dr. Frank Krysiak (head teaching committee)
- Representation of Group II: vacant
- Dr. Serena Abel, post doc
- Lena von Saldern, MSD student