Management professionals with master’s degrees can enhance their credentials with this postgraduate certificate, which gives them the tools to inspire and build a culture of sustainability in institutions. The curriculum emphasizes the triple bottom line of ecological, social, and financial sustainability.
This post-master's certificate program prepares working and aspiring managers who are or aspire to be planners, directors, and consultants for environment-oriented nonprofits, emerging "green" industries, and planning and regulatory agencies.
In today's creative economy, successful models of public administration and business increasingly take into account the interconnections of ecological, social, and financial sustainability, the "triple bottom line" approach to planning and development. This has created a need for managers who understand actual and potential sustainability issues and are competent to devise strategies for achieving sustainability across the three dimensions.
The Certificate in Sustainability Strategies attests to successful completion of a short structured program of study designed to build competencies in defining and implementing sustainability as a value and a bottom-line management goal.
[[Career opportunities include]] Management, Consulting, Operations, Design and Construction, Corporate Sustainability, Public Policy, Graduate Study
A graduate degree is required for admission to this certificate program. Students come from diverse fields, including law (JD), business (MBA and MS), public administration (MPA), architecture and design (MFA, MA), and engineering and natural science (MS).
Recipient: The New School
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