MBA with Sustainability Specialization

In recent years, MBA programs around the world have accelerated the push to teach sustainability. Sustainable MBA programs have proliferated, offering students coursework in everything from resource use to sustainable accounting.

Social issues are a critical part of sustainability, and no social impact may be as important as those affecting diversity, inclusion and marginalization.

Sustainability is an all-encompassing term. In the MBA world, sustainability is commonly referred to as a “green MBA.”

MBAs with a concentration in sustainability are unique in that they focus specifically on the intersection of sustainability and business success and ethics, using the well-trodden framework of a conventional Master of Business Administration to advance sustainability principles.

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Best MBA Programs in Sustainability : Corporate Knights 2018 Rankings

  1. Warwick Business School
  2. University of Exeter Business School
  3. York University – Schulich School of Business
  4. Griffith Business School
  5. University of Vermont – Grossman School of Business
  6. Georgia Institute of Technology – Scheller School of Business
  8. Saint Mary’s University – Sobey School of Business
  9. University of Guelph – College of Business and Economics
  10. MIT Sloan School of Management
  11. Fordham University – Gabelli School of Business
  12. TIAS School for Business and Society
  13. Duquesne University – Palumbo–Donahue School of Business
  14. Copenhagen Business School
  15. University of Bath – School of Management
  16. McGill University – Desautels Faculty of Management
  17. University of Pennsylvania – Wharton School of Business
  18. Nottingham University Business School
  19. University of Victoria – Gustavson School of Business
  20. Manchester University – Alliance MBS