School of Business
BS in Business Administration - General Management Major with Sustainable Business Track
Students completing this track will be better prepared to identify "green market" opportunities and to manage – both traditional firms and social enterprises - for the triple bottom line of environmental, social, and financial performance. A concentration in sustainable business will be listed on their transcript.
In addition to the requirements listed in the BS, the following requirements apply to the Sustainable Business Track:
Students are encouraged to take ESP 101/102 as their Core science course and obtain a minor or certificate related to sustainability, applied energy, or nature tourism. Required courses in this track may not be available at night. Students must earn a grade point average of 2.33 or higher in the 15 credits applied toward the major.
BUS 347 Triple Bottom Line Business
Select 6 credits from
BUS 391 Internship in Sustainable Business
ESP 275 Energy Use and Social Adaptations [prerequisite: ESP 101/2K or permission for SB concentrators]
Business: BUS 362/385/396/398/490, RMI 320
Economics: ECO 316/326/327/335
Other Areas: ESP 223/308, ANT 450 (Tourism, Development & Sustainability), POS 363/380 (Energy Policy), or advisor approved course.
Select 6 credits of 300-level or higher ACC, BUS, FIN, or RMI courses.