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Sellinger School of Business ranking

Loyola University Maryland  January 19, 2018 – 08:47 am
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Sustainability course is

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Description

's Emerging Leaders MBA (ELMBA) program is a full-time, cohort based accelerated MBA program designed for high-achieving and talented recent graduates with limited or no professional experience.

Research Opportunities in Sustainability

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Students may collaborate with faculty conducting research on sustainability on an independent basis.

School's environmental commitment 1:

Curriculum: Our ELMBA Program includes "sustainable value creation" in the question that inspires the curricuum, and EL700 (Ethics & Social Responsibility) lays a foundation for an environmental commitment through the full-year curriculum.

School's environmental commitment 2:

Experiential Learning: The ELMBA "First Fridays" course allows MBA students to see what companies are doing in the area of environmental commitment, e.g., a visit to Under Armour highlighed performance cotton, which performs and is eco-friendly. Through on site visits, MBA students gain ideas and inspiration for how to incorporate environmental commitment into their work.

School's environmental commitment 3:

Speaker series: The Law & Social Responsibility Department's Social Responsibility Speaker series has highlighted topics such as "Finding a Green Job, Greening the Job You Have, and Greening Your Life). The Law & the City Discussion Panel, which focuses on issues relevant to cities has hosted "Cleaner, Greener Baltimore-When and How?" These events have taken place within the last 2 years. More recently, during ethics week, Sellinger hosted "The Deepwater Horizon Disaster and the Normalization of Deviance, " which also includes content that shows commitment to preventing environmental disasters. MBA students were invited to these events.

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