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“Green” MBA Schools Highlighted in new York Times

| Thursday January 12th, 2006 | 10 Comments

nytimeslogo.jpgLast Sunday’s NY TImes (requires login) has a great piece highlighting the emergence of the “Triple Bottom Line” philosophy as it is now being applied to business education. New College, Bainbridge Graduate Institute, and the Presidio MBA are singled out as the leaders in this new focus. Check it out.


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  • jelli

    tel?

  • Jeff Howard

    Duquesne University also provides a full-time MBA program for Sustainability. There website features pages discussing the value, career opportunity and reasons more students should reach out to Sustainable MBA Programs.
    http://mba.sustainability.duq.edu/

  • Sam Smith

    I am in a MBA in Organizational and Environmental Sustainability at Antioch New England that is quite good.
    http://www.antiochne.edu/om/mba/default.cfm?ref=nav

  • http://www.anaheim.edu/content/view/638/704/ Dave

    The Anaheim University Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute also offers an Online Green MBA and online Diploma and Certificate programs in Sustainable Management: http://www.anaheim.edu/content/view/638/704/

  • Anonymous

    Does anyone have a clue on the Rady University in San Diego and the Dominican UNiversity of California, both offering green MBAs?
    thanks

  • deb

    any schools in NY state?

  • http://www.greenmbaclasses.com Green MBA

    There are a ton of Online Green MBA schools out there offering sustainable business degrees.

  • John

    I just started a program at BGI that I found on greenMBAclasses.com

  • http://www.greenmbaclasses.com Green MBA

    There are a ton of Online Green MBA schools out there offering sustainable business degrees.

  • John

    I just started a program at BGI that I found on greenMBAclasses.com