Flexible, 100% online. Earn your bachelor’s degree or certificate in sustainability from the University of Wisconsin.

Make the connection between business, environmental science, and social systems. Students with a wide range of work experience and education have found success as graduates of our programs and are making a difference in the world today.

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Working together we can achieve a sustainable future.

In 1987, the United Nations Brundtland Commission defined sustainability as “meeting the present needs of society without compromising the needs of future generations.” Today, more organizations recognize their role in conserving the planet’s resources and improving the communities in which they do business.

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Sustainable Management
Bachelor's Completion

21 courses. 63 credits. Business through the lens of sustainability. Courses in environmental science and policy, triple bottom line accounting, renewable energy, natural resource management, corporate social responsibility (CSR), climate change, and more.


Environmental Sustainability
Undergraduate Certificate

4 courses. 12 credits. Learn about the interrelationship between human behavior and the environment, energy systems, and emerging technologies. Courses in climate change, ecology, renewable energy, and natural resource management.


Sustainable Enterprise
Undergraduate Certificate

4 courses. 12 credits. Strengthen an organization's ability to achieve sustainability goals. Courses in triple bottom line accounting, economics, information systems, and organizational behavior.