MBA’s Specialization in Environment and Energy Management aims to prepare future decision-makers in companies, government and non-governmental organizations for analyzing and acting in an environmentally proactive and energy efficient way when making decisions about policy, production and resource utilization.
Students selecting the domain based specialization in Environment and Energy Management are expected to have completed the 30 credit hours of foundation stage of the MBA program. Specialization stage consists of 42 credit hours of course work covering strategic and operational areas. These include courses in the area of Marketing Strategy, Strategic Finance, Strategic Management, Leadership, Technology/Operations, Entrepreneurship, Organizational Processes, Analytics of Decision Making, etc. During the specialization stage, students take 12 credit hours of strategy courses, 9 credit hours of operational level courses, and 12 credit hours of elective courses. The department of Environment and Energy Management has developed the strategy, operational and elective courses to help students understand the environment and be decision makers in the future. In addition students select two real life Capstone Projects (6 credit hours) in their area of specialization during their final year.
MBA track for specialization in Environment and Energy Management as well as the foundation stage is only available during the weekends. Candidates must select the specialization at the time of filing the application.
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