If you’re a student in the online UW Sustainable Management program, summer can save you time.
How much? Consider these two scenarios:
Say, you take two courses each spring and fall semester, and you take summers off. You’d earn a master’s degree in three years and a bachelor’s degree in five and a half years.
Now, imagine you take two courses during each spring, summer, and fall semester. If you did this, you’d graduate with your master’s degree in two years and your bachelor’s in three and a half years.
Summer matters a lot. Make it count.
You might be a UW Sustainable Management student already and want to speed up your time to graduation. Or maybe you haven’t applied to the program yet and want one semester to ease into online learning.
In either case, now is a perfect time to start planning because registration for summer courses opens March 13.
Here’s the list of courses being offered this summer:
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SMGT 220: Systems Thinking
Learn to use systems thinking to apply sustainability concepts to various business, social, and scientific issues.
SMGT 240: Technical Writing for Sustainable Management
This course covers the psychology and mechanics of technical writing and other professional written communication.
SMGT 330: Marketing for a Sustainable World
Study sustainability practices related to the development of product, pricing, supply and distribution channels, promotion, and target markets. Prerequisite for this course: SMGT 235.
SMGT 335: Management and Environmental Information Systems
Explore how technology can be applied to managing sustainable development in an organization. Prerequisite for this course: SMGT 230.
SMGT 710: The Natural Environment
Examine natural cycles, climate, water, energy, biosystems, ecosystems, the role of humans in the biosphere, and the human impacts on natural systems with the carbon cycle as a unifying theme.
SMGT 730: Policy, Law, and Ethics of Sustainability
Delve into the law and ethics regarding sustainability of economic development and emerging environmental challenges at national and international levels.
SMGT 750: The Built Environment
In this course, you’ll learn how the built environment came to be and how it intersects with human needs such as water or transportation. You’ll also study sustainable design for communities.
SMGT 760: Geopolitical Systems
This course covers the public policy and decision-making process for sustainability at the national, state, and local levels. You’ll focus on the social, economic, and political factors affecting decisions by both the public and private sectors.
SMGT 780: Corporate Social Responsibility
Explore ways to integrate corporate social responsibility throughout an organization, create metrics, and communicate CSR policies internally and externally. (Note: This course is only offered during summer term!)
If you’re a prospective student: Apply now for a bachelor’s or master’s in Sustainable Management.
If you’re a current student: Register for summer semester after March 13.