Sustainable MBA?

July 25, 2008

Recently, I came across a BNet article about obtaining an MBA under the filter of sustainable business practices. http://blogs.bnet.com/bnet1/?p=510&tag=nl.e713  Why does KGI not have any of these types of courses? 

The self-proclaimed leader in sustainable business education is Bainbridge Graduate Institute:  http://blogs.bnet.com/bnet1/?p=510&tag=nl.e713 . In looking over their program, I was intrigued.  They also offer certificates programs for those of you who are short on time, as we all are…

How does everyone feel about this?  Of course, it cannot be bad thing as long as the curriculum reinforces the reasoning behind sustainable business to an extent that exceeds sustainabilty as a “business driver.”  It seems like this is the case with their “social justice” and “environmental responsibility” themes thorughout their courses.  I like it!

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