Rutgers Business School Launches Corporate Social Innovation Institute

New institute will work on curriculum intending to support the development of sustainable businesses

Rutgers Business School has announced the launch of a new institute focusing on corporate social innovation.

The new Rutgers Institute for Corporate Social Innovation will help prepare students to address the challenges and opportunities associated with sustainable development and value creation, according to a news release from the school.

Specifically, the new institute will "embed interdisciplinary coursework into the Rutgers Business School curriculum to prepare students to drive successful business results in sustainable organizations that are financially, environmentally and socially responsible."

The classes that the institute will develop will cover topics in ethical business models, sustainable business development, and ecological economics, among others.

For more information, see the Rutgers news release announcing the launch of the new institute. You can also read more about the school's MBA programs on Rutgers' Full Profile at FIND MBA.

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