UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Chris Lebo, SMGT graduate

Bachelor's Degree Completion

Sustainable Management

Bachelor of Science Degree or Professional Certificates

This online program will equip you with the management skills and problem-solving knowledge to navigate our new economy and lead  sustainable business practices and initiatives. The courses will provide you with a broad understanding of the intersections among business, natural sciences, and social systems: knowledge you can apply in your current workplace or in a position with a company that's focused on sustainability. This program is designed for individuals with an associate degree who want to complete their bachelor's degree and are passionate about a healthy environment, strong profitability and vital communities coexisting now and in the future.

Features

  • All courses are provided online. There are no campus visits or face-to-face meeting requirements. 

  • You can start your program at anytime and take classes as a full-time or part-time student.

  • A personal consultation will determine how your previous college credits may be applied to your degree.

  • Choose to either complete a bachelor's degree or professional certificates in two key areas.

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Program Curriculum

For the bachelor's degree, you would add up to 60 transferable credits or your associate degree from an accredited institution to your degree plan and then take the following required courses for a total of 123 credits. The two certificates only require the courses listed below.

Degree Requirements
Professional Certificates

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Tuition Fees and Financial Aid

Tuition is $390 per credit for the sustainable management classes. Tuition rates for other courses are available at Student Billing. Textbooks are purchased separately and are not included in tuition. Students who take at least six credits each term may be eligible for financial assistance.

New and current students enrolled in the bachelor of science degree program may also apply for scholarships (see Available Scholarships).


Admissions Process and Requirements

A successful applicant will have:

  • minimum combined grade point average of 2.0 for college credits taken;

  • completed online application for undergraduate study; and

  • prerequisite courses in college algebra, statistics, chemistry, biology and introductory communications.

In addition to these requirements, individuals applying for the bachelor of science degree must also have:

  • associate degree or evidence of significant progress made toward an associate or bachelor's degree; and

  • transcripts sent directly from previous institutions to the UWRF Admissions Office, 112 South Hall, 410 S. 3rd Street, River Falls, WI 54022 or by email to admissions@uwrf.edu.

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Student Resources

Transfer Guides

Financial Aid

For More Information

Angela Whitaker
Outreach Program Manager
E-mail
715-425-3261 or
800-228-5607