ASU Carey Updates MBA Program With New Sustainability Focus

School also adds new concentrations to its online MBA program

In keeping with a growing global trend, Arizona State University's W.P. Carey School of Business is adding sustainability to its MBA program's areas of emphasis, which also include entrepreneurship and health care management, among others.

According to the school's website, the new sustainability focus will add "green" aspects to the MBA coursework, solidifying a recent trend among MBA programs worldwide that are integrating ethical standards into their well-worn business curriculum.

For its online program, Carey also announced plans to add marketing, supply chain management, finance, and international business to its areas of emphasis.

For more information, please see ASU Carey's new West campus website.

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