Skip to main content


Tailored to Working Professionals

A graduate program that balances professional and personal life.

Adding a graduate degree to career and personal obligations is not an easy task. (You still have a personal life, too!) That’s why our program is designed for working professionals. With 100% online courses, certificates that can be stacked toward your degree and success coaches to support you every step of the way, you can earn your master’s degree and balance your life.

Two African American males take a walk in the park

Conservation Resources at UW-Green Bay

Even though our program is entirely online, a visit to our sustainable resources is worth the trip!

Collage of plants at UW-Green Bay's herbarium


The Fewless Herbarium houses more than 45,000 vascular plant vouchers focusing on the Western Great Lakes region. Our online collection gives you access to ongoing research and information about these plants.

See Collection

Taxidermic owl displayed in UW-Green Bay's Richter Museum

Richter Museum

Like the Herbarium, the Richter Museum focuses on species of the Great Lakes region. Along with a variety of fossils and archaeological materials, we have thousands of bird eggs and specimens, mammal specimens, reptiles and amphibians and non-vertebrates.

Tour Museum

Students research outside with binoculars

Biodiversity Research

The Cofrin Center for Biodiversity partners cultivates research opportunities that promotes conservation of the western Great Lakes flora and fauna. Explore our research to get inspiration for your capstone project.

Explore Our Research

Collegues look at tablet

Grow Your Expertise

Map a meaningful conclusion to your academic journey.

A capstone project applies everything you've learned to help address a "real world" need. This challenging self-directed, project-based experience will bring your ideas to life. Choose to work with your current employer or another host organizer—this is your chance to make your mark and leave a lasting impact.

M.S. Biodiversity Conservation and Management logo

Let's Connect

As a part of the UW Extended campus, you're supported by an array of advisors. Connect with them for support.

Contact Us