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Environmental Management Track

With the planet's population expected to grow to eight billion by 2020, the strain on the natural environment created from the production of goods and services will only intensify. Organizations will progressively need more professionals who can effectively and efficiently integrate environmental concerns with other demands of traditional business operations.

This concentration develops knowledge and proficiency in the assessment and development of organizational environmental strategies, including green supply chain practices, green marketing and risk management.

In addition to the Core Required Modules and an Experiential Course Requirement, students who are interested in this track will need to take the following courses in the spring semester:

Required (in addition to modules and an experiential course):
EC660 Environmental Economics
OM671 Supply Chain Environmental Management

Electives (choose two):
FN680 Strategic Financial Management
OM676 Developing and Managing Technology
OM680 Strategic Project Management
OS666 Negotiations and Relationship Management