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Marylhurst University Master of Business Administration in Sustainable Business – Energy Policy & Administration helps you take your MBA degree further with a groundbreaking and unique examination of the future of business. This concentration begins with a detailed study of environmental law. Permeating all facets of sustainable business management, environmental law deals with the policy and issues surrounding water availability and use, land use, waste disposal, and other concerns of sustainability-minded businesses. Students study and research the historical, economic, business, socio-cultural, and political factors that have affected energy policy in the United States. They also conduct an analysis of environmental protection and policy. Click here, for more information about the Marylhurst University Master of Business Administration in Sustainable Business – Energy Policy & Administration.
Argosy University MBA Sustainable Management Concentration. Students develop competencies in critical thinking, persuasive communication, systems thinking, change management, leadership, diversity and business ethics. The MBA program can enhance the student’s current or future career potential, and prepare the student for postgraduate work in business. Students take the following courses: Foundations of Sustainable Business; Change Management and the Sustainable Enterprise; Ethical and Economic Dimensions to Sustainable Business and Sustainable Venture Plan Seminar. Locations: Arizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; Hawaii; Illinois; Minnesota; Tennessee; Texas; Utah; Washington DC and Washington.
George Washington University School of Business MBA Concentration in Environmental Policy and Management. Washington, DC. During the first year, you will work in a cohort to complete a bold core curriculum, divided into four modules, and providing dynamic experience in our core values of ethics, leadership, globalization and teamwork. You will venture abroad to work with a company on a real-world project. During the second year, you will enjoy a fully flexible program of study to follow your area of interest with 12 elective opportunities chosen to complement your professional and career goals. The Environmental Policy and Management knowledge domain provides students with multi-disciplinary perspectives, information, and experiences on the variety, complexity, and integration of environmental issues and business, government, and non-profit organizations, including the roles of individual, society, and technology.
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