Guide Profiles 60+ Green MBA Programs

Guide Profiles 60+ Green MBA Programs

Net Impact has released its 2008 edition of Business as UNusual, its annual look at MBA programs across the U.S. and around the world that include social and environmental themes.

The nonprofit organization published the first Business as UNusual in 2006. The guide includes profiles written by Net Impact chapter leaders from each business school, with details from a survey taken by more than 1,500 Net Impact student members.

Along with acting as a guide to green MBA programs for prospective students, Business as UNusual can show employers how schools are integrating social and environmental concerns, and what they can expect from students coming out of those programs.

Each school's profile gives an overview of its curricula, student activities, career services, alumni and administrative support. Schools are also ranked in 13 categories, including how well they prepare students for ethical and socially responsible leadership, if students founds jobs or internships that utilize their values and business skills, and faculty, administrative and student support for Net Impact themes.

Net Impact is an international nonprofit with more than 200 chapters globally and a membership of more than 10,000 MBAs, graduate students and professionals.