What is a sustainable business MBA and what can you do with it? This page contains more details about Green MBA programs, where you can study them, what the prospects are after completion, and more ...
Studying a green business MBA (or a sustainable management MBA) provides students with an opportunity to take a new look at traditional management and business practices. It prepares students to be skilled managers who also understand the complex issues in sustainability, such as greenhouse-gas emissions reduction, transportation planning, green building and procurement, waste management, and energy and water conservation.
MBA programs are very popular amongst people already employed in business who wish to progress their careers. So they are often completed online and on a part-time basis. This pages has details of schools where Green MBAs can be studied online. You can try other pages on this site if you want more details of On Campus Programs.
If you want to find schools where you can take online sustainable business or sustainable management MBA programs, browse the list below and use the search boxes on this page to find others:
Accounting MBA; Biotechnology MBA; Entrepreneurship MBA; Finance MBA; Healthcare MBA; Human Resources MBA; Information Technology MBA; International MBA; Management MBA; Marketing MBA Operations MBA; Supply Chain MBA; Online MBA.
Sustainable business MBA programs, such as the Green MBA at AU, focus on leadership, social responsibility and sustainable business practices. It looks beyond short-term quarterly profits, and focuses on long-term gain by incorporating the environmental and social costs of doing business into management decisions.
The essential features of the sustainable management MBA program are:
Green MBA programs may include some or all of the following courses: global economics, human resource management, managerial accounting, marketing, innovation & entrepreneurship, managerial finance, Triple Bottom Line accountability & management, green marketing & environmental product design/recycling, corporate social responsibility & ethics, sustainable enterprise development & leadership.
Programs may also include a substantial project.
As companies around the globe face the challenges of sustainability, there is an increasing need for ecologically aware and socially responsible leaders who have the capacity to incorporate strategies for both sustainability and profitability into their businesses to achieve value maximization in a more holistic way. So increasingly graduates of sustainable MBA (or green MBA) programs will find themselves in demand and able to command s good salary.
Browse the schools below - and remember to request information and compare the admission requirements and course content of several schools before you choose a program.
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