Graduate Certificate in
Environmental Resiliency Sustainability
This graduate certificate is one of many credentials that you can earn while building your skills about and understanding of sustainability and how it can be a foundation for environmental resiliency. Industry and organizational professionals can use knowledge and tools from this program to help mitigate negative impacts on the environment. It provides students with knowledge in the foundation commonly used in sustainability: the five pillars - people, profit, planet, peace, and partnerships.
Students Will Learn:
- To demonstrate an understanding of the five pillars of sustainability for the purposes of having a broad and integrated view from a systems-thinking and ecological justice framework.
- To demonstrate the application of the principles, theories and methods contained in the five pillars of sustainability for the purposes of understanding tradeoffs.
- To demonstrate the use of sustainability theories, principles and method within the five pillars of sustainability in case studies for the purposes of understanding the implications of sustainability-based projects on existing contexts.
Students must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and at least a 3.0 GPA to enroll. Non-native English speakers must have language scores acceptable for admission by the University of Arkansas graduate school standards.
|Tuition / credit hour||$437.54|
|Fee / credit hour|
|Network & Data Systems||$12.10|
Tuition and fees per credit hour reflect fall 2023 rates for students studying completely online. If an online student takes a course on campus, tuition and fees will differ.
Certificate programs are not eligible for financial aid.
Students in this program can apply for and earn other academic credentials – graduate microcertificates and graduate certificates – while taking courses to complete this master’s degree. Learn more about stackable credentials in general and credentials specifically connected with this master’s degree program.
Stackable credentials are part of a sequence of credentials that can be accumulated over time. For example, a student who completes microcertificate (usually 3 courses or 9 credit hours) can use those credit hours toward other credentials, like a graduate certificate (usually 5 courses or 15 credit hours) or a master’s degree (usually 10 courses or 30 credit hours). Students need to apply for the credential and work with an adviser to chart out their pathway before they start taking courses to help ensure that all of the courses they take lead towards their educational goals.