The school's MBA in sustainable business will now be available in classrooms
The school's MBA in sustainable business, which was first launched in an online format last year, will be available on its Lake Oswego, Oregon campus (near Portland) starting this fall.
In the 18-month long campus-based version of the program, students will take one course at a time, attending school one night a week for five weeks. Available concentrations include renewable energy and green development; and all classes will touch on "important issues and concepts associated with sustainable business management," according to the school's website.
For more information, please visit the Marylhurst website.
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