Students seeking the Master's degree must provide official transcripts for ALL undergraduate and graduate academic credits received from United States regionally accredited or equivalent post-secondary institutions.
Students seeking the graduate Certificate need only provide official transcripts demonstrating completion of a bachelor’s degree at an accredited post-secondary institution.
Transcripts should be sent to:
Edgewood College Graduate and Professional Studies
1255 Deming Way.
Madison, WI 53717
- Graduate application (with $30 fee). You can fill out an online application here.
- Admission interview. Schedule your interview with Program Director Steve Gilchrist firstname.lastname@example.org or (608)663-6991. The interview may be done in person or over the telephone. This may be done prior to submitting an application, and is a great way to ask questions about the program.
- Essay. In 2-3 pages address the questions: 1) What do you bring to the Sustainability Leadership Program? 2) What do you hope to take from it? Include your full name, email and telephone number on your essay and submit as an attachment to email@example.com.
- At least one letter of recommendation from a college or university professor, supervisor, and/or professional colleague who can speak to your potential for success in the Sustainability Leadership program. Additional guidelines for submitting letters of recommendation may be found here.
Community Fellowship Application Requirements
Requirements include: Program Application, Admission Interview, and Essay (see PDF linked below for essay instructions).
Working professionals with significant experience in a particular area of sustainability can apply for a Community Fellowship in Sustainability Leadership. This mutually enriching arrangement lets the Fellow share sustainability expertise with other program participants while receiving the framework and support to complete a significant sustainability project or develop a more holistic understanding of sustainability leadership. Community Fellows receive a certificate of completion for participating in the program but do not earn graduate credit since they audit the courses at a reduced program cost. Click here for a detailed Community Fellowship description and application instructions (PDF).
In compliance with federal regulation, Edgewood College must disclose certain data regarding non- degree academic certificate programs, including program cost, time required to complete the certificate program, and certain employment information for those completing the program. This information can be found on the following pages: