Master of Business Administration
The World Needs You to Chart a New Course
The MBA in Environmental Sustainability is a concentration in Wilmington University's MBA program. In every sector of the economy, green careers are emerging. Global warming, depletion of non-renewable energy, and the pollution of other natural resources are forcing businesses to examine their environmental impact. With the current unprecedented investments in sustainable business practices, it’s time to take action. The WilmU Environmental Sustainability MBA is the first step.
The MBA in Environmental Sustainability concentration has two additional program competencies:
- Demonstrating knowledge of how to strategically align the needs of businesses with environmental needs in order to promote ecological sustainability and,
- Utilizing management skills necessary to meet the complex technological and ethical issues relating to environmental issues both at the domestic and global level.
The 5 courses listed below along with the 7 course MBA core are required for completion of the MBA with a concentration in Environmental Sustainability.
MBA 6000 Organizational Behavior and Ethical Leadership
MBA 6100 Managerial Accounting
MBA 6300 Quantitative Business Analysis
MBA 6400 Economic and Financial Environment of Business
MBA 7200 Financial Management
MBA 7600 Global Marketing Management
MBA 8800 Business Strategy
Concentration in Environmental Sustainability
MBA 7802 Economic and Financial Analysis of Environmental Issues
MBA 7803 Management Using Sustainable Green Technologies
MBA 7804 Environmental Regulations and Ethical Issues
MBA 7805 Strategic Planning for Sustainable Organizations
MBA 7810 Principles of Environmental Sustainability
Total of core and concentration courses is 12 courses or 36 credits.
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This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2015 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.