Rise to the challenge and establish yourself as a leader in this important movement. Sustainable initiatives have become a driving force in the economy, and demand is growing for knowledgeable professionals in renewable energies and sustainable practices. The 20-unit Sustainability Certificate is perfect if you're interested in combining academic excellence and real-world experience. Designed with the needs of working professionals in mind, the program can be completed in person or online.
Students are required to earn a grade of C or higher in each class in order to complete the certificate.
James Bassett Senior Member, Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce Environmental Affairs Committee.
Beth Jines Director of Strategic Initiatives, Los Angeles Department of Water & Power.
Nurit Katz Chief Sustainability Officer, UCLA.
Joanne Kravetz Principal, J. Kravetz Planning & Design.
J. Cully Nordby Academic Director, Institute of the Environment, UCLA.
Rodger Schwecke Vice President, Customer Solutions, Southern California Gas Company.
Sarah Sikich Coastal Resources Director, Heal the Bay.
Margaret Sohagi President, The Sohagi Law Group, PLC.
Keith D. Stolzenbach Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, UCLA.
Mark Yamauchi Facilities Operations Manager, Real Estate and Facilities, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
Varaz Shahmirian Department Director, Engineering and Technology.
Scott Hutchinson Continuing Educator, Arts.
Stephanie Landregan Continuing Educator, Arts.
Rachel Khoshbin Continuing Educator, Engineering and Technology.
Ing Phansavath Continuing Educator, Business Management and Legal Programs.
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Costs are approximate and subject to change without notice. Estimates are based on the candidacy fee, course fees, and estimated textbook fees, but do not include additional expenses such as parking.