Sustainability is offered as a concentration within the professional science master's program described under Business and Science 137. The objective of the master of business and science (M.B.S.) degree with a concentration in sustainability is to help students identify, analyze, and better understand connections among social, environmental, technological, and economic systems and promote strategies that meet short-term personal and organizational needs while promoting sustainable, long-term outcomes.
All students in the sustainability concentration must take the following courses:
Courses are available at either Rutgers University-New Brunswick (NB) or Rutgers University-Newark (NW).
1. ENERGY AND POLICY Take two of the following classes:
16:137:556 (NB) Integrated Energy Challenge (3)
34:970:620 (NB) Energy Sustainability and Policy (3)
2. ENVIRONMENT Take one course from the following list:
16:375:523 (NB) Environmental Fate and Transport (3) or
11:704:451 (NB) Global Change Ecology (3)
26:120:507 (NW) Computational Ecology (3)
26:375:590 (NW) Introduction to Environmental Biophysics (3)
26:375:534 (NW) Biological Invasions (3)
3. RESOURCES Take one course from the following list:
34:970:571 (NB) Industrial Ecology (3) or
22:799:672 (NB/NW) Supply Chain Environmental Management/Green Purchasing (3) or
16:375:534 (NB) Environmental Sustainability (3) or
26:120:522 (NW) Resource Sustainability (3)
Full course descriptions can be found under the respective departments/graduate programs. Electives are listed at http://mbs.rutgers.edu.
Professor Uta Krogmann
Professor Clinton Andrews
Professor Edward Bonder