Sustainable businesses pursue market solutions that push them ahead of the competition
or help them to enter new markets with products better suited to long-term growth.
Business sustainability allows ethical and environmental practices to take center
stage while maintaining a profitable business.
Learn about the challenges of sustainability that can actually create business opportunities.
This graduate certificate will pursue market solutions that push ahead of the competition
or help enter new markets with products better suited to long-term growth.
Required courses (6 credit hours):
MGMT 5023 Sustainable Enterprises
MGMT 5083 Business and Social Responsibility
Electives (6 credit hours - select two of the following):
MGMT 5031 Leading Organizational Change
MGMT 5051 Creating Ethical Work Places
MGMT 5061 Managing Confrontations
MGMT 5073 Ethical Leadership and Organizations
MGMT 5093 Business and Non-Profit Organizations
MGMT 5533 Leadership Challenges
MGMT 5563 Crisis in Organizations
EEE 5213 Entrepreneurship in Science and Technology
EEE 5403 Social Entrepreneurship
EEE 5603 Supporting Emerging Enterprises
Admissions requirements and deadlines
For fall admission, application must be complete by July 1 of the same year.
For spring admission, application must be complete by December 1 of the prior year.
All transcripts from bachelor degree studies as well as a CV/resume must be submitted
by the deadline in order to be reviewed for admission. Applications that are incomplete
at the deadline will not be reviewed. This application does not require recommendation
letters, purpose statement or entrance exams such as the GMAT or GRE.