|Wilmington University||New Castle||Delaware|
|Cleary University||Ann Arbor||Michigan|
|Webster University||Webster Groves||Missouri|
|University of Houston-Clear Lake||Houston||Texas|
|Concordia University Wisconsin||Mequon||Wisconsin|
Environmental managers use business management skills and advanced knowledge of sustainability and environmental strategy to help control industries' impact on the environment. Environmental awareness is at an all-time high among Americans and in countries around the world, so the demand for top-notch environmental managers is high.
A Concentration in Environmental Management prepares graduates for entry into this field through a challenging curriculum consisting of advanced coursework in areas such as physical science for environmental management, ecosystem and conservation management, water resource management, and sustainable land management.
Students may also study ecosystems and landscapes, economics of the environment, society and the environment, urban ecology, and energy & the environment. Coursework for the
Concentration in Environmental Management must be completed in addition to the MBA business core curriculum. The number of credits required for this concentration varies by school, but it is typically anywhere from 12 to 15+ credit hours.
Colleges that offer Online MBA Programs with concentrations in Environmental Management:
- Wilmington University, New Castle, Delaware
- Ashford University, Clinton, Iowa
- UMass Dartmouth, Dartmouth, Massachusetts
- Cleary University, Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Webster University, Webster Groves, Missouri
- University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston, Texas
- Concordia University Wisconsin, Mequon, Wisconsin