Sustainable Business Program

The sustainable business minor provides students with the opportunity to explore the relation between business and natural creation, maximizing good stewardship of natural resources, even while pursuing business objectives.  The goal is to achieve what some call the "Triple Bottom Line:"  Pursuing Profits, Protecting People, and Preserving the Planet.

(College of Business Administration)

Courses

18 credits

BUS 310 Principles of Sustainable Business 3
BUS 450 Business Sustainability Capstone 3
MGT 408 The Global Responsibility of Business 3
Select nine credits of approved electives: 9
At least three of the elective credits must be from the College of Business Administration course work. Select from the following:
 
Environmental and Ecological Economics  
Management Forum (Topic: Green Operations)  
Sustainability in Marketing  
Remaining elective credits may be taken outside the CBA. Select from the following:
 
Anthropology of Food  
Cultural Resources Management  
Global Warming and Climate Change  
Introduction to Environmental Studies  
Issues in Environmental Studies  
Conservation of Global Environments  
American Environmental History  
History of Environmental Policy in the United States  
Environmental Ethics  
Environmental Policy  
Environmental Issues: Applied Psychology  
American Indians and the Environment  
Total Credits 18