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Category: Sustainable MBA

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April 03, 2020

3 Ways the Hemp Industry is Changing Agriculture and the Economy Forever

Are you looking for an industry that’s seen an incredible 455% boost in productivity since 2018? Look no further than the booming hemp industry.


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September 03, 2019

Unity’s Signature Courses Help You Launch a Sustainable Business

It takes more than a great idea to start a sustainable business. You need business planning and financial insights to take your business from concept to construction. This fall, Unity College Distance Education invites you to join Burt’s Bees founder Roxanne Quimby for a unique signature course designed specifically to help you learn what it… Read more »


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June 17, 2019

Going Green is Good for Business, Unity College’s Sustainable MBA is Here to Help

With a Sustainable MBA, you’ll have the skills to boost bottom lines while reducing carbon footprints and helping the environment. That and more is possible when businesses get serious about going green. Companies in all industries are realizing significant savings by reducing energy consumption, finding more efficient methods of acquiring and shipping goods, and implementing… Read more »


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March 01, 2019

Green Biz: 3 Career Paths for Environmental MBA Grads

The economy is rewarding businesses that go sustainable with increased profits, higher employee retention, and better public perception. In other words, sustainable business practices aren’t just a good idea—they’re a massive strategic advantage.


Sustainable agriculture by Unity College students

August 03, 2018

Is an MBA in Sustainability worth it?

If you have an interest in sustainability, environmental issues, or climate change, and have asked yourself “Is an MBA in sustainability worth it?”, consider this: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), including more than 1,300 scientists from the U.S. and other countries, forecasts a temperature rise of 2.5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit over the next century.

Sustainable agriculture by Unity College students


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July 23, 2018

Why Companies Want to Know What You Learned in Your Business Ethics Course

Business ethics has become an important component to businesses. Prospective employers like talking about business ethics, and many appreciate and encourage courses in the subject. Ethics is a branch of philosophical thinking that studies all aspects of human behavior; it specifically reflects on what is right and wrong. Business ethics courses study the ethical and… Read more »


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July 09, 2018

You CAN Have It All: Maintaining Balance While Earning an Online Masters Degree

Earning an master’s degree opens the doors to a variety of possibilities. Recipients look forward to beginning a career, improving their position in a current role, or following a new path entirely. One way to earn a master’s degree is by enrolling in an online program, and this option has a number of benefits for… Read more »


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July 02, 2018

Social Responsibility of Business: 10 Companies Who “Get It”

Companies who embrace social responsibility serve as an example to others. Small changes that they make have had a huge impact on the environment and customer loyalty. Burt’s Bees Burt’s Bees helped set the official guidelines for what should be considered as natural personal care products. In addition, they adhere to the highest level of… Read more »


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May 14, 2018

The Green MBA Lives Up to the Hype: How an MBA in Sustainability Can Help Your Career

Today’s industry leaders are often faced with a variety of issues concerning sustainability and social responsibility in the workplace, so professionals in a wide range of fields are choosing to head back to the classroom to stay current on environmental issues.  Earning a sustainable master’s degree, or green MBA, will not only develop students’ expertise… Read more »