BASSP students, faculty, and staff at the Cascadia Food Forest

  • ETSP

    AAS-T in Environmental Technologies and Sustainable Practices

    With a degree in Environmental Technologies and Sustainable Practices from Cascadia, you'll be prepared to help organizations comply with energy regulations, reduce water consumption, divert materials from the waste stream, and implement more efficient methods of transportation. 


    Bachelor of Applied Science in Sustainable Practices

    Graduates of Cascadia's Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Sustainable Practices learn the skills necessary to plan and implement sustainable approaches to how we live and work by blending coursework and community based learning activities in natural science, social science, political science, research methods and economics. 

  • Faculty

    Faculty and  administration recognized as leaders in their field.

    From geoscientists to change leaders, the faculty and administrators supporting these degrees have decades of applied and academic experience relevant to the sustainability field.