The University of Saint Francis is launching two new MBA programs in the fall: a degree in sustainability that combines business and environmental sciences, and a primarily online program that requires limited time on campus.
The Keith Busse School of Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership collaborated with the School of Arts and Sciences to develop the MBA in sustainability. The program includes a business core of 24 hours and an environmental science core of 15 hours.
With many companies implementing initiatives to protect the environment, increase productivity and reduce costs, the MBA in sustainability is designed to prepare graduates for real-world situations.
The mostly online program requires limited on-campus time for students to get the necessary lab experiences. The 33-credit-hour degree can be completed in 16 months.