Culture, History, and Environment (CHE) explores environmental and cultural change across the full sweep of human history from diverse perspectives in the humanities and sciences.
Energy Analysis and Policy (EAP) considers factors that shape energy policy and decision making and acquaints students with important analytical an assessment techniques.
Humans and the Global Environment (CHANGE) seeks to understand vulnerabilities in the global environment and promote more resilient, sustainable relationships between people and nature.
Transportation Management and Policy (TMP) examines multiple dimensions of mobility management and planning and their relevance to the development of environmentally and socially sustainable transportation systems.
Special combinations of Nelson Institute degrees and certificates with other graduate and profession degrees at UW-Madison are possible.
Doctoral students throughout the university may count any Nelson Institute graduate degree or certificate as a Ph.D. Minor.
Environmentally-Related Graduate Certificates offered elsewhere at UW-Madison
The Business, Environment, and Social Responsibility (BESR) certificate [link to: http://www.bus.wisc.edu/sustainability/graduate-certificate], offered by the Wisconsin School of Business, trains students to become leaders in social and environmental responsibility and sustainable business practices. For more information visit the BESR website, or contact the program's Co-Director and Advisor: Ann Terlaak (http://bus.wisc.edu/faculty/ann-terlaak), (608) 262-5227.
The Graduate Certificate in Global Health, offered by the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Center for Global Health, offers a curriculum that focuses on global health topics and health issues that transcend national boundaries, emphasizing health and disease in developing countries. For more information visit the Center for Global Health's website, or contact the Center staff at: email@example.com, (608) 262-3862.