Are you eager to help the world do business better?
Today, sustainability is simply smart business, and as leading companies are finding, a key driver of financial health. In the ONLINE University of Wisconsin Sustainable Management bachelor’s, master’s, and certificate programs you’ll learn the skills you need to participate in an economy where balancing the triple bottom line—people, planet, and profit—is critical to a company’s success in any industry.
Your bright, new future starts here.
According to the Occupational Information Network, sustainability specialist and chief sustainability officer are “Bright Outlook” occupations with high potential in an emerging field. See our Careers Outlook page for more information about sustainability jobs such as global supply manager, sustainability program coordinator, chief sustainability officer, sustainable logistics consultant, director of sustainability, and sustainability specialist.
Learn to implement sustainable business practices that boost the triple bottom line
Study under top faculty from across the UW System
Complete coursework online, when and where you want
Gain a competitive advantage in the global marketplace
Graduate from an institution employers respect
Become a sustainability-minded manager in any organization with this bachelor’s degree-completion program.
Lead sustainable change at your current organization or build a new career that requires systems-thinking skills.
Broaden your knowledge in the science or business of sustainability by completing one or both certificate programs.
“The development of new skills, like systems-thinking mindsets, is lagging far behind where we need to be.”
—Harvard Business Review, “Leading in a World of Resource Constraints and Extreme Weather,” 2015
“A growing number of examples—from diverse industries—show that sustainable business practices can be good for business from the bottom-line up.”
—Fortune, “Like it or not, sustainability is now core to your business,” 2015
“Sustainability has gone from a ‘nice-to-do’ to a ‘must-do.’”
—Steve Howard, IKEA’s chief sustainability officer
“The growing body of research linking strong sustainability performance with strong financial performance only improves the value proposition for sustainable business practices.”
—MIT Sloan Management Review, “Why Sustainability Ratings Matter,” 2015
- Access course content from any device
- Zero on-campus meetings or requirements
- No need to be online at a specific time for classes
- Interact with faculty and fellow students via online discussion boards
Guide to Your Sustainable Management Degree
Receive a four-page overview of the bachelor’s or master’s degree program, complete with information on courses, careers, and tuition.