- Faculty and Instructional Staff
- Sustainable Management Program (comprehensive)
- Sustainable Management Major Requirements (comprehensive)
- Student Learning Outcomes
Mei Cao, Assistant Professor
Jerry Hembd, Associate Professor, Academic Director
Jill Jacoby, Senior Lecturer
Sakib Mahmud, Assistant Professor
Michael Waxman, Professor
The Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Management is an interdisciplinary program that helps students gain a broad understanding of the ways in which business systems, natural systems, and social systems intersect. The curriculum includes courses in:
- Environmental studies
- Triple bottom line accounting
- Natural resource management
- Information systems
- Logistics, supply chain management, and sustainability
With a Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Management, you will be qualified to help businesses and organizations develop sustainable practices for a global marketplace while helping to preserve natural resources and strengthen community.
This major is offered through online study in collaboration with partner universities UW-Parkside, UW-River Falls, and UW-Stout, with support from UW-Extension. It is housed in the Department of Business & Economics, and supported by the Distance Learning Center. Additional information is available at http://sustain.wisconsin.edu.
63 total credits
12 total credits
Required courses (12 credits required):
15 total credits
Required Courses (15 credits required):
The Sustainable Management program is committed to the UW-Superior assessment plan. Sustainable Management student learning outcomes and assessment metrics are developed through a collaborative continuous improvement process that integrates input from the collaborating campuses and business communities. Our program's student learning outcomes are found at the Office of Assessment website.