Credits required
32 or 45+ Oregon State University is on a quarter-term system. There are four quarters each year and classes are 11 weeks long. This program's 32 or 45+ quarter credits are equal to 21.33 or 30 semester credits.*
Cost per credit
$346 Based on current tuition rates. No additional charge for nonresident students. Does not include course materials and associated fees and expenses.
Delivery
Online You can complete all or nearly all requirements of this program online. View the curriculum.
Start terms
4 per year

B.S. Sustainability (Double Degree) – Online

Careers

Just about every aspect of today's business is impacted by sustainability related issues from protecting the environment to incorporating best practices within organizations to create socially responsible companies, including the adoption of sustainability strategies. Because of the expanding reach of sustainability across many industries and services, the career field for those who posses a degree in sustainability is vast.

Job market outlook

Make a well-informed decision on which degree to pursue online by using the following live job market information from public and private data sources.

For further information about job outlooks within this field, please visit the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics “green” job data or view BLS' report on sustainability careers.

Career services

An added benefit is that you’ll have access to OSU's Career Development Center, which provides valuable resources to help you find lifelong career success and meaningful employment in a diverse world.

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