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SustainED at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

A 2017 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School, UW-Stevens Point is a leader in sustainability issues involving using natural resources prudently, starting and maintaining businesses and economies and facilitating citizen engagement. Not only are we committed to sustainability and its practice in our daily operations, but sustainability is also woven throughout our curriculum.

Online classes at UW-Stevens Point offer the same benefits as in-person courses with one key difference. With online courses, you take courses on your terms and at your convenience from anywhere you care to access them. For more information, call our Admissions Office at 715-346-2441 or email admiss@uwsp.edu.

Ed.D. in Educational Sustainability

The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Sustainability program at UW-Stevens Point ensures students will develop knowledge and skills in relation to education about sustainability and education for sustainability. By providing these dual perspectives within the curriculum, students will establish a holistic view of education as sustainability. With this degree, leaders can use the knowledge to help integrate sustainability tenets into school curriculum, community development, and business practices for a future sustainable society. This degree is applicable to administration and leadership positions in K-12 schools, communities, business and higher education.

M.S. in Sustainable and Resilient Food Systems

Gain expertise in sustainable food systems and innovative community development in the Master of Science (M.S.) in Sustainable and Resilient Food Systems program at UW-Stevens Point. Develop your skills to examine the food system, program planning and evaluation, community development, leadership and grant writing. This 30-credit master’s degree can be completed in 18 months, while a fully online class schedule can accommodate working students​.

M.S. in Natural Resources

Through the College of Natural Resources you may earn a Master of Science (M.S.) in Natural Resources with an emphasis from a variety of areas such as forestry, wildlife, fisheries, water, human dimensions of natural resources, environmental education, soil science, waste management and others. All of our programs are designed to meet your individual needs and interests.

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