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At Marylhurst, you'll get an MBA that is current and relevant. Today, that's one that includes green thinking. With our MBA in Sustainable Business — one of the few of its kind in the country — you'll walk away with the balance required for the new business landscape.
So who gets a green MBA? People from many industries pursue higher education in sustainable business practices. They include scientists who seek a business background, builders and architects who focus on sustainable practices, and government and policy analysts. What they all have in common: a passion for sustainability.
Classes focus on the triple-bottom line: people, planet and profit. Our green MBA program is unique because sustainable business practices are integrated into each and every class. In our MBA in Sustainable Business, you'll learn to seek solutions that promote financial viability, sustainability and social justice.
Choose from four concentrations and tailor your program to your professional goals. Create a capstone project that applies your learning in a real-world way. And complete your degree in as little as 18 months by taking one class at a time in an accelerated format, either on campus or online. However, on campus students take their concentration courses online.
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View the degree requirements for the MBA in Sustainable Business.