SUSS Graduate Certificate in Sustainability Management



Key Highlights

  • Pick up the core Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) skills that are demanded of any sustainability management professional in today’s rapidly evolving landscape
  • Equip yourself with knowledge that is based on the latest industry developments and aligned to important industry standards
  • Upgrade to the Graduate Diploma in Sustainability Management or a selected Master programme at your pace



Programme Overview

Businesses today are inundated with mounting pressures from environmental and social forces, ranging from climate change and biodiversity loss to consumer rights violations and socially unacceptable labour practices.

On the one hand, businesses have to manage both physical and transition risks associated with climate change, while balancing the often-conflicting demands of its stakeholders and economic profits. On the other hand, businesses that have the strategic foresight to avail themselves of the new opportunities in the green economy, while creating shared value for society, will find themselves to be competitively advantaged compared to those with a sole focus on an economic bottom line.

The Graduate Certificate in Sustainability Management (GCESG) programme aims to equip the learner with the essential sustainability knowledge and skills that are transferable across functions and sectors, while providing practical tools and useful strategies to advance an organisation in its sustainability journey.




Programme Structure

Each of the courses in the GCESG programme is 5 credit units (cu) and can be taken on a stand-alone basis. Upon successful completion of 15 cu of coursework, these courses can be stacked to a Graduate Certificate in Sustainability Management.

Students have to maintain a minimum CGPA of 2.5 in their coursework as part of the fulfilment of the graduate certificate programme.



Compulsory Courses (15 cu)


This is a programme with weekend classes. The minimum programme duration is 6 months.

Find out more about the admission eligibility criteria and tuition fee.



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