Updated 18-month program includes curriculum in sustainability and ethics

The Bill Greehey School of Business at Texas' St. Mary's University has updated its MBA program to include a focus in ethics and socially responsible business practices.

The updated 18-month program, called the Greehey MBA, is designed to broadly emphasize topics like ethical leadership, corporate social responsibility (CSR,) sustainability, and social entrepreneurship. Beyond the core curriculum of accounting, finance, and marketing classes, the program also requires students to take a specialized course called "Values Driven Leadership."

Additionally, the course includes an international field study component that "prepares students to engage in business with diverse cultures," according to a St. Mary's press release.

For more information, please see the St. Mary's press release

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