Premiere Online Programs in Environmental Studies, Conservation, and Sustainability
Unity College Online offers affordable, accredited bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and non-degree credits. Unity College Online is fully accredited, and the majority of our online faculty are employed full-time or are leading experts in their fields. Unity College is the first institution of higher education in the nation to divest from fossil fuel investments, and Unity College Online is committed to educating the next generation of environmental professionals.
Want to be an agent of change? Unity College’s experiential programs are delivered 100% online with field work designed with the working professional in mind. At Unity College Online, students weave their coursework into their everyday lives. Get outside and become an environmental leader with Unity College’s experiential online programs.
Unity College Online: where your backyard is your laboratory, where your community is your case study, where you become a leader and environmental steward.
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Set your own pace of study, taking more or fewer courses depending on your individual need.
Our world-class faculty are Fulbright Scholars, discover new species, exhibit art internationally, consult with international law enforcement, and win National Science Foundation grants.
It takes more than a great idea to start a sustainable business. You need business planning and financial insights to take your business from concept to construction. This fall, Unity College Distance Education invites you to join Burt's Bees founder Roxanne Quimby...
It takes leadership to guide environmental change. The next generation of environmental leaders will need the right skill set to create a meaningful impact. Effective leaders get their message across, make challenging decisions, and make the best use of the resources...
At Unity College, we believe in education that delivers practical skills to tackle today’s environmental issues. That’s why our programs include capstone experiences so you can take what you’ve learned in your classes and apply it to projects in the real world. Why...