Environmental Law and Policy for Environmental Sustainability Certificate

About the Environmental Law and Policy for Environmental Sustainability Certificate at Loyola

Enhance your professional credentials and career opportunities through the Environmental Law and Policy for Environmental Sustainability graduate certificate program at Loyola University Chicago.

Offered through Loyola's School of Environmental Sustainability (SES), this certificate in sustainability will give you the knowledge and skills to understand and address critical issues in environmental law and policy.

You will also expand your understanding of the roles of government, industry, nonprofit organizations, and other institutions involved in environmental regulation, advocacy, consulting, and compliance.

Program Structure

The graduate certificate program can be pursued full time or part time. Courses are online, asynchronous, and 8-weeks long.

To be admitted into the environmental law and policy certificate program, you must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.

Why Choose Loyola for Your Environmental Law and Policy Certificate?

Delivered by a university grounded in Jesuit values, this Loyola certificate will give you a deep appreciation of how environmental law and policy can impact social justice.

A powerful credential for a dynamic field

As a student in the program, you will position yourself for exciting career growth and advancement in the rapidly evolving field of environmental sustainability.

All courses are accelerated 8-week classes that are asychronous and entirely online.

You will learn from supportive and accomplished faculty with years of professional experience in areas such as environmental law, public policy, social sciences, and sciences.

The credits you earn for your Environmental Law and Policy for Environmental Sustainability Certificate can be applied toward a master's degree program offered through Loyola's School of Environmental Sustainability.

By earning this sustainability certification, you will open the door to career opportunities in a wide range of professional roles and settings, including government, industry, advocacy, regulation, and policy making.

Meet the Faculty

Loyola is proud to have talented and nationally-recognized scholar-teachers as part of our diverse community of exceptional faculty, students and staff. Loyola faculty are known for their commitment to teaching, the dissemination of knowledge through innovative and interdisciplinary scholarly research, and a commitment to social justice and cura personalis, or care for the whole person. Visit the School of Environmental Sustainability faculty and staff directory to learn more about the teachers and mentors involved with the Environmental Law and Policy for Environmental Sustainability Certificate program.

Faculty and Staff