Through courses in business strategy, climate change, global supply chains, sustainable finance, and sustainability reporting, students will discover approaches to integrating environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria into every aspect of an organization’s business model, strategy, and operations.
Students will also explore topics that are increasingly important in the context of sustainability, including stakeholder engagement, business and human rights, environmental justice, and diversity, equity and inclusion.
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A Master of Sustainability Management requires 24 units of coursework offered in the fall, spring, and summer semesters. The program may be completed on a 1- or 2-year track. Students attending the program on the 1-year track can earn the degree within 12 months and those on the 2-year track can complete the program in 24 months or less.
This program is ideal for professionals working in the field of sustainability, or who are looking to pivot into the field, and enhance their leadership skills and careers. Career outcomes can vary, depending on a student’s level of experience.