Sustainability  / CSR / Social Entrepreneurship

Sustainability / CSR / Social Entrepreneurship

An MBA in Sustainability, CSR, or Social Entrepreneurship can help students manage business processes to create and foster social change.

As the world is impacted by global insecurity, climate change, and financial downturn, many firms are integrating CSR and sustainability into their business processes. And indeed, Many students who do MBA programs in these fields look for positions in CSR departments of firms, where they can help develop CSR processes, like managing environmental footprints, reporting on impact, and managing events, for instance. Some sustainability/CSR-oriented MBAs also go on to work in social entrepreneurship, where they put their skills to work in startups that focus on social and environmental issues, or create their own social startups. Yet other MBAs interested in sustainability find jobs in various nonprofit organizations or non-governmental groups.

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An MBA in Sustainability, CSR, or Social Entrepreneurship can help students manage business processes to create and foster social change.

As the world is impacted by global insecurity, climate change, and financial downturn, many firms are integrating CSR and sustainability into their business processes. And indeed, Many students who do MBA programs in these fields look for positions in CSR departments of firms, where they can help develop CSR processes, like managing environmental footprints, reporting on impact, and managing events, for instance. Some sustainability/CSR-oriented MBAs also go on to work in social entrepreneurship, where they put their skills to work in startups that focus on social and environmental issues, or create their own social startups. Yet other MBAs interested in sustainability find jobs in various nonprofit organizations or non-governmental groups.

MBA programs in Sustainability/CSR/Social Entrepreneurship focus on core business concepts while including content about how these concepts apply to CSR and sustainability principles. For instance, MBA classes might cover topics in sustainable supply chains, socially responsible investment, and natural resources. These classes often leverage the latest thinking from experts in the CSR/sustainability space, which, due to global insecurity and financial downturns, has been evolving in recent years.

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Berlin, Germany 142 Followers 145 Discussions
ESMT Berlin The Global MBA and Germany’s most international business school. The ESMT Berlin MBA program is a personalized approach to management education. The MBA is not only about making profits, but also a personal development path that changes your outlook. The school specializes in innovation, technology management, leadership and analytics in a global market. ESMT is consistently ranked among the top global business schools including the areas of tech, entrepreneurship and return on investment.

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New York City, New York 156 Followers 239 Discussions

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Dual Degree: MD / MBA, JD / MBA, MBA / MFA (Master of Fine Arts), MBA / MS in Mathematics in Finance, MBA / MPA (Master of Public Administration) more…

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Jouy-en-Josas, France 89 Followers 355 Discussions
HEC Paris HEC Paris MBA, one of the top ranking MBA programs in the world, provides the ideal environment for students to realize their full potential and become business leaders for the 21st century. Our 16-month program gives students the ideal amount of time to digest new information and build their CV through internships and specialized courses without keeping them out of the workforce for too long.

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Dual Degree: MBA / MBA - Chinese University of Hong Kong, MBA / MBA - Tsinghua University, MBA / MBA - National University of Singapore, MBA / MBA - Keio... more…

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Los Angeles, California 79 Followers 136 Discussions

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Berkeley, California 85 Followers 110 Discussions

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Dual Degree: MBA / MPH in Health Management, MBA / JD, MBA / MA in Global Studies, MBA / Master of Engineering (MEng) more…

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Boston, Massachusetts 148 Followers 98 Discussions
BU - SOM Boston University Questrom School of Business prepares leaders and innovators to anticipate change, harness it, and to positively affect society. Our faculty focus on providing students with core business skills, insight, and relevant experiences to master the forces transforming the global economy. These include: digital technology, social enterprise & sustainability, and health & life sciences. We offer a broad array of undergraduate, graduate, part-time, executive, and doctoral programs.

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Dual Degree: MBA / MS in Digital Technology, MBA / MA in International Relations, MBA / MA in Economics, MBA / JD, MBA / JD (Three Year Accelerated) more…

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Calgary, Canada 27 Followers 35 Discussions

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Executive MBA: Alberta / Haskayne Executive MBA, Global Energy Executive MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / MBT (Master of Biomedical Technology), MBA / JD, MBA / MD (Doctor of Medicine), MBA / MPP (Master of Public Policy), MBA / MPlan (Mast... more…

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Cambridge, United Kingdom 43 Followers 258 Discussions

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Toronto, Canada 69 Followers 104 Discussions

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Executive MBA: One-Year Executive MBA, Global Executive MBA, Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences more…

Dual Degree: Jeffrey Skoll BASc / MBA, MBA / PharmD, MBA / JD, MBA / Master of Global Affairs, Collaborative Program in Asia Pacific Studies more…

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Toronto, Canada 71 Followers 104 Discussions

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 59 Followers 164 Discussions

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Dual Degree: MBA / MA Lauder Joint Degree in International Studies, MBA / JD (The Francis J. & WM. Polk Carey Program), MBA / MA in International Relatio... more…

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Halifax, Canada 15 Followers 15 Discussions

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