Masters of Sustainability Studies & ‘Green’ MBA
Sustainability Statement"Lenoir-Rhyne University recognizes that it is but onecomponent of larger interconnected communities, eachof which is impacted by personal and institutionalchoices. In order to foster understanding of andresponsibility for these human and natural communities,the University encourages education and communityoutreach that provide students with knowledge and skillsto conserve natural resources and to be environmentallyresponsible citizens. Lenoir-Rhyne endeavors to be amodel of environmental stewardship by promoting careand concern for the environment in the daily lives ofindividuals and by striving for sustainability in ourinstitutional operations."
Lenoir-Rhyne ProgramsDedicated Outreach•Thomas W. Reese Institute for Conservation Studies (2004)Undergraduate programs • B.S. in Environmental Science and Policy • Concentrations • Science, Policy & Pre-Forestry and Pre Environmental Management (Cooperative Program with the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University)
BRSI &Lenoir-RhyneBlue Ridge Sustainability Institute • Earth’s resources are finite • Knowledge into action • Action researchL-R Graduate Center of Asheville • Nearly infinite educational possibilities • Practitioner oriented • Learning laboratory
Program OfferingsHealth Care & Science • Dietetics Internship • Master of Nursing (Education and Administration) • Master of Public HealthEducation and Human Services • Master of Arts in Community College Administration • Master of Arts in Counseling • Master of Arts in Teaching (June 2013)
Program OfferingsMaster of Business Administration • Arts Entrepreneurship • Tourism and Hospitality • Health Care Administration • Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization • Business and SustainabilityLiberal Arts and Sciences • Master of Arts in Writing • Master of Science in Sustainability Studies
Business and Sustainability MBACore Components • Effective management • Decision making • Global perspective • Creative problem solving – emphasis on negotiation • Ethical managementConcentration Elements • Climate, energy and population • Financial, human, and natural capital • Field work
Master of Science in Sustainability StudiesInterdisciplinary Core Components • Science • Business • Public PolicyConcentration Elements • Climate, energy, and population • Financial, human, and natural capital • Field work
Other Details• Locally-based faculty• Application deadline: August 1, 2012• Two pathways to admission: Traditional and Career• Affordability: Competitive tuition and financial incentives• Community partnerships
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