Three units taught by the broad team of MSDI educators have been acknowledged as ‘outstanding’ in terms of overall satisfaction over 2017/18.
The following units have received ‘purple’ status which indicates a total median score of 4.7 or above out of 5 in Monash University’s student evaluation of teaching and units (SETU) results.
The units are:
- ENS5520 Understanding human behaviour to influence change
- ENS5530 Leading change for sustainable development
- BEX3150 Sustainability practice and organisations
The first two units are part of the Master of Environment and Sustainability’s ‘Leadership for Sustainable Development’ specialist stream. The third unit is a capstone offered within the Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Business degrees.
The results reflect a commitment by MSDI's team of educators to excellence and engaged learning. Prof Sue Elliott, Deputy VC, Education stated “it’s a clear demonstration of the effort, creativity and skills applied to ensure our students are immersed in a transformative learning experience”.
Watch student testimonials: Leadership for sustainable development