BUA 645 Selected Advanced Topics in Business Administration: Business & Sustainability
This course is designed to provide a thorough background and specific tools for managing for sustainability in business contexts. Businesses worldwide are increasingly adopting the triple bottom line imperative, that of prioritizing environmental and social performance equally with traditional financial metrics. Topics to be addressed include the meaning and measurement of sustainability; social, ecological, economic, and cultural
contexts of sustainable business decision-making; and specific skills and tools for managing for sustainability across the full spectrum of business activities. We will utilize several learning methods in the class, including readings and discussion, case study, video, experiential activities, guest presenters, and team and individual projects.
BUA 645 Business
Contact Terry Porter for info.
Readings in Sustainability Science
CRN 3646 (1 credit)
107 Norman Smith
Instructors: Laura Lindenfeld, Kathleen Bell, David Hart