Georgetown Launches MBA Certificate in Sustainable Business

New certificate option to become available for the spring of 2020

Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business has announced that it will launch an MBA certificate in Sustainable Business. 

With the new certificate, the school hopes to prepare students to tackle the environmental and societal challenges that are facing business operations today.

The new certificate in Sustainable Business will be available to students in both the school's Full-time MBA as well as those in its 'Flex" MBA program.

The certificate's core class is the 'Structure of Global Industry,' which is the first course in the MBA for all students. The certificate will also require two elective courses: 'Environmentally Sustainable Operations and Business Models' and 'Corporate Social Responsibility.' Beyond those required classes, students will need to complete 4.5 elective credits, from a roster of courses like 'Investing for Impact,' 'Understanding Social Innovation,' and 'The Business of Water,' among others.

Georgetown's new Sustainable Business MBA certificate will launch in the spring of 2020.

For more information, please see the Georgetown Sustainable Business MBA certificate webpage.

Comments


Related Business Schools

Washington, District of Columbia 25 Followers 55 Discussions

More MBA News

Nov 23, 2021

Harvard MBA Worth Over $200,000 to 2021 Grads

Nov 23, 2021

More MBA News

MBA Articles

MBA Programs in Arts Management Take Center Stage

Jan 19, 2022

Some business schools have created courses that appeal to leaders of artistic and cultural institutions

MBA School Choice: MIT Sloan Vs. Berkeley Haas

Jan 10, 2022

Close community defines both programs and enables an environment of innovation, ideas and impact.

At Elite MBA Programs, GMAT Scores are Soaring to Record Highs

Dec 06, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic drove a surge in demand for MBAs, enabling schools to be far more selective in admissions

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists