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The MBA in Energy & Sustainability Studies prepares graduates to assume positions of greater influence within their organizations and to become change agents in corporate and community sustainability practices. The curriculum focuses on developing a depth of knowledge and wide range of skills in the areas of leadership, business management, finance, marketing as well as energy and resource management. Food, water, raw materials, non-renewable and renewable energy sources are studied in detail, along with conservation and exploitation issues. Students are exposed to worldwide energy markets and the need for reserve management, further exploitation and improved technology for all energy sources are examined. Corporate social responsibility and business as an agent for social change topics expand the dialogue on global sustainability.
This M.B.A.'s action-based curriculum presents concepts in very concrete, quantitative and practical terms to provide students with new tools for immediate application and innovation in their business and private lives. Students derive direct value from their coursework and collaboration with faculty and other students and are able to advance their business and career objectives immediately.
To accommodate the busy working adult, the M.B.A. in Energy & Sustainability Studies offers students a tremendous amount of flexibility. Students can enroll year-round at University centers in Manchester, Lebanon and Portsmouth, New Hampshire and in the online program. Classes are available in multiple formats for maximum flexibility and this degree can be completed 100% online.
Designed as an 18 - 24 month program of study, students can set their own pace with an accelerated option available.
Fast track your degree with a customized, intensive program of study. Franklin Pierce's M.B.A. in Energy & Sustainability Studies program allows you to accelerate your course schedule to complete your M.B.A. in as few as 12 months.
Take these five courses to earn a graduate certificate in this discipline:
GM510 Seminar in Leadership
GM561 Financial Management
GM550 The Future of Energy, Business and Society
GM575 Building a Sustainable Enterprise
GM630 Energy Economics
Want to Know More?
Download the M.B.A. in Energy & Sustainability Studies program sheet for more information or view the College of Graduate & Professional Studies academic catalog for specific degree requirements and course information.
To apply, candidates must complete an application and admissions portfolio as well as provide official transcripts from previously attended schools. GMAT/GRE tests are not required. The application process begins with submission of your online application; admissions portfolio documents and transcripts are to be sent separately following online application submission.
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