The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is pointing the way to a sustainable future through campus, community and academic initiatives.
The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in
Educational Sustainability program is designed for working
professionals from interdisciplinary fields in sustainability. The
program will prepare graduates to be educators and leaders who hold a
passion for transforming systems of teaching and learning. The
curriculum is intended to provide students the opportunity to actively
engage in coursework, research and professional practice in the field of
sustainability. For the purpose of the degree, sustainability is
broadly defined using the six core principles. Students can explore
sustainability in one or more of these principles to personalize
learning in the program.
The Master of Natural Resources is for advanced practitioners in natural
resource management (or related fields) who are seeking a terminal
degree to develop research, leadership, administrative, and
communication skills. The degree is intended to assist participants in
pursuing leadership roles within their current organizations and to
enhance their professional abilities.
This College of Natural Resources graduate program is for students looking to pursue a Master's degree with an emphasis in one of a variety of areas such as forestry, wildlife, fisheries, water, human dimensions ofnatural resources, environmental education, soil science, and waste management.
The Master of Science in Sustainable and Resilient Food Systems
provides graduates with
expertise in food systems and community nutrition as well as the skills
needed to lead positive change in communities and organizations. The
30-credit program can be completed in 18 months and the 100% online format can accommodate working students.