The online UW Sustainable Management Program is a partnership of UW Extended Campus and six University of Wisconsin campuses: UW-Green Bay, UW-Oshkosh, UW-Parkside, UW-River Falls, UW-Stout, and UW Superior. Our multi-campus partnership means you’ll learn from distinguished faculty across the UW System with diverse, interdisciplinary expertise and strong connections to the industry.
Although you will take courses taught by faculty from all partner campuses, you will apply to a “home” campus. Your home campus is the institution from which you will receive financial aid (if you qualify), advising, career services, and your diploma. Your choice of a home campus is a matter of personal preference unless you live near one of these institutions and wish to take advantage of on-campus resources once you become an enrolled student.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior offers a Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Certificates in Sustainable Management. To learn more about this campus partner, explore the UW-Superior campus website.
Bachelor of Science
Earning a bachelor’s degree from UW–Superior requires 123 semester credits for graduation, including previously earned credits.
- General Education (42-46 credits)
- Electives (11-15 credits)
- Sustainable Management program requirements (63 credits)
Students must earn 30 semester-hour credits through UW-Superior and maintain a 2.5 GPA overall and in Sustainable Management program courses.
Master of Science and Certificates
Master’s degree and certificate requirements do not vary by campus and are outlined on the Program Overview page.
For information regarding admission requirements for the program and how to apply, visit the UW Sustainable Management Application and Admission page. To learn more about student admissions at UW-Superior, visit the UW-Superior Admissions Office.
UW-Superior welcomes applications to the program from international students. To learn more, visit the UW-Superior International Student page.
The UW-Superior Office of Financial Aid can help you complete your application for financial assistance and provide you with information about programs available to you to help finance your education. Financial assistance may be provided through scholarships, grants, student employment opportunities, and loans.
Eligible veterans, their spouses, their children, and current members of the military may be eligible to receive military benefits from the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs or Veterans Administration (VA). For more information, contact UW-Superior Veteran Services.
As an online student, you have access to the collections and resources of the UW-Superior Jim Dan Hill Library.
UW-Superior Career Services provides information on career exploration, employers, vacancies, resume preparation, interviewing tips, salaries, and graduate schools.