MBA in Global Sustainable Management
Anaheim University's MBA in Global Sustainable Management (also refered to as the Online Green MBA) focuses on leadership, social responsibility and sustainable practices. Students must complete 12 courses in total, including 6 foundational management courses and 6 courses in sustainability. The program trains its students in communication skills, the use of technology as a tool of effective management, ethics, analytical skills and the functional fields of business, leadership, teamwork and supervision, and the “three Ps” of people, profit and planet.
Upon successful completion of the MBA in Global Sustainable Management program, students will be able to:
- Discuss current conceptual and theoretical models, issues, and concerns in international business administration;
- Describe current practices, issues, and concerns in international business administration;
- Shift their thinking from managing the internal aspects and direct linkages of the corporation to assuming broader responsibilities for the entire enterprise which includes the practices of suppliers and their suppliers, customers and their customers, stakeholders, and those who dispose of or recycle/refurbish a product at the end of its useful life;
- Articulate the vision of the triple bottom line to business stakeholders and conduct triple bottom line audits and reorganizations;
- Systematically investigate sustainable marketing issues in the context of environmental impact in both a domestic and an international context;?
- Develop a shift in paradigm of business thinking as a means of establishing sustainable marketing strategies;
- Outline an approach to sustainability for small companies and for governmental and nongovernmental organizations;
- Evaluate business issues within the context of ethics and social sustainability, and specify the kinds of laws, regulations and professional rules that bear on ethical decision-making;
- Describe the purpose and benefits of strategic planning in order to keep a corporation on its path to sustainability