Climate change presents multiple “wicked” problems requiring expertise from multiple disciplines. No one discipline could consider all aspects of the challenge before the global society. With this in mind, contributions from various disciplines must be synthesized and applied holistically. This paper reviews the development and delivery of an interdisciplinary, problem-based undergraduate course focused on climate change and details the broad institutional support received. The integration of substantial service-learning projects is also discussed. This paper includes a brief overview of the required administrative infrastructure, the students involved, an outline of the course content, a description of the pedagogies employed, and the observed learning outcomes.