MBA Sustainable Enterprise Concentration
MBA students at the Kenan-Flagler Business School can graduate with an enrichment concentration in Sustainable Enterprise. The courses required for the concentration prepare students to lead strategic approaches to stakeholder issues, value creation in untapped markets, and entrepreneurial solutions for urban renewal. In addition to the wide range of courses in sustainable enterprise offered at the Kenan-Flagler Business School itself, students may also take courses toward completion of the concentration in other UNC academic departments, such as public policy, international studies, social work, city and regional planning, and environmental studies.
Custom Core Recommendations:
MBA 250A, Corporate Strategy
MBA 294, Global Context of Business
MBA 271, Managerial Accounting
MBA 251B, Sustainable Enterprise
Additional Elective Requirements:
4.5 additional elective credits
Extracurricular and Other Opportunities
In addition to taking courses, MBA students may participate in sustainability-related practicum projects , independent study projects, and internships; attend speakers, conferences, and events on campus covering a wide range of environmental and social management issues; and participate in the Net Impact Club , a national MBA student organization supporting social and environmentally responsible business.
Career development assistance specific to sustainable enterprise careers provides Kenan-Flagler students with mentoring, peer counseling, and networking opportunities; a CSE/Net Impact career fair brings companies with sustainability initiatives to campus for recruiting. Students also benefit from their association with senior leaders from companies, government agencies, and non–profit organizations who support the CSE’s sustainability research and education programs.