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Summer Sustainability Offerings Expanded

In 2012, Marylhurst University joined a consortium of eight universities with graduate-level sustainable business courses. The partnership enables MBA students to take summer courses on sustainability from any of these universities.

In 2013, Antioch University and the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater joined the consortium.

In the 2013 summer session, consortium members are offering 13 courses across a wide range of topics related to sustainability. MBA students may be able to use financial aid to take these courses; consult your academic adviser and/or the institution's contact person to learn more. All courses are available online.

For details, download the Summer 2013 MBA Sustainable Courses brochure.

Learn more about Marylhurst's sustainable business programs.

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