|Submission Date||Sept. 29, 2014|
Sustainability & Strategic Planning Coordinator
The UW-Green Bay graduate program prepares skilled and imaginative problem-solvers for positions in government, non-profit organizations, academic institutions, and private industries. This unique program accommodates a broad range of interests, including traditional ecological sciences, applied environmental technology, and emerging issues in environmental policy. The interaction of students with a world-class, interdisciplinary faculty cultivates a rich educational experience focused on practical solutions to today’s environmental challenges. Students benefit from a close working relationship with over 30 dedicated faculty members pursuing a wide range of research interests. UW-Green Bay provides outstanding research facilities, a beautiful campus setting on the shores of Green Bay, numerous regional recreation opportunities, and a robust job market within the greater metropolitan area. Program graduates enjoy successful careers and hold leadership positions in many walks of life.
In today’s world, understanding how to balance natural, social, and financial systems has become increasingly important for helping you reach your career goals and become an effective leader in business, industry, and nonprofit organizations. Students who graduate with a Master of Science in Sustainable Management can expect to have a strong foundation for leading change in their current organizations or building new careers that require systems-thinking skills.
The 14-course online Sustainable Management master’s program is a collaborative effort of five University of Wisconsin System campuses: UW-Green Bay, UW-Oshkosh, UW-Parkside, UW-Stout, and UW-Superior. Current, cutting-edge curriculum has been developed by faculty from each of these five campuses with input from within the industry to make sure our learning objectives are current and valuable to future employers.
Designed for working adults with real-world experience, this online master’s degree program offers flexibility to help students balance family, job, and other commitments.
If you have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally or nationally accredited university and a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0, you may apply directly to the program. Students with a GPA of less than 3.0 may be considered for provisional admission but should speak with an adviser.
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