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Sustainable Management Resources: Intro.

UW System Information

University of Wisconsin Bachelor of Science Sustainable Management logo

The world is changing rapidly. Individuals, corporations, and organizations must face the challenges of escalating energy costs, environmental damage, and global climate change.

The Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Management is a collaborative effort of UW-Extension and four University of Wisconsin campuses—UW-Parkside, UW-River Falls, UW-Stout, and UW-Superior—that provides the knowledge and skills students need to create profitable businesses, vibrant communities, and a healthy environment for Wisconsin, the United States, and the world.

Sustainable Management at UWRF

Sustainable Management (SMGT) 
Interdisciplinary Program

210 Agriculture-Science Building
(877) 895-3276
sustainable@learn.uwsa.edu
sustain.wisconsin.edu

Robert W. Baker ~ Academic Director
Kristin Allen ~ Program Manager
David Keuhl, Gregg Hadley, Dean Olson, Eric Sanden, Juliet Tomkins, Laine Vignona

The Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Management is a collaborative effort of UW-Extension and four University of Wisconsin campuses ~ UW-Parkside, UW-River Falls, UW-Stout, and UW-Superior ~ that provides the knowledge and skills students need to create profitable businesses, vibrant communities, and a healthy environment for Wisconsin, the United States, and the world. At UW-River Falls, the Sustainable Management major is housed in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences.

General Education Requirements

The Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Management is a 63-credit online bachelor\'s degree completion program. Students who have completed the first two years of a bachelor's or have an associate's degree may apply directly to the program. Any student who needs to complete the first two years may do so through UW Colleges, at any of the 26 UW campuses, or (if approved) at other colleges or universities in Wisconsin or the United States. Students must also complete courses in multidisciplinary inquiry, American cultural diversity, and global perspectives as a part of their first two years of college coursework, or during the period they are completing the required 21 Sustainable Management courses.

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