FULL-TIME MBA
Sustainability Pathway (9)

This interdisciplinary pathway is designed to provide both a business and a policy background for those interested in environmental sustainability. The courses will help students understand how companies implement and manage sustainability initiatives, while also gaining an appreciation for the social-political forces that shape discussions about it within companies and within society.

Pathway Required Courses:

BUSMHR 7640: Strategies for Business Sustainability (1.5)

BUSMGT 7253: Sustainable Operations (1.5)

ENR 8150: Advanced Environment, Risk and Decision Making (3)

ENR 7450: Frameworks and Theories of Environmental Policy (3)

Optional Relevant Courses:

ENR 5210: US Environmental Impact Assessment (3)

ENR 5400: Interventions to Promote Pro-environmental Behavior (3)

ENR 7380: Climate and Society (3)

ENR 7520: Environmental Science and Law (3)

GEOG 5301: Sustainable Transportation (3)

What is an optional pathway?

Fisher's optional pathways are a group of classes designed to provide competence in a particular area or field. The pathways listed are only a small example of the options available through an extensive list of electives. With guidance from your coaches, you can access elective courses at Fisher and across more than 100 graduate programs at Ohio State. Contact us today to discuss how we can personalize your curriculum to your career goals.