Did you miss last Wednesday’s Graduate School Fair? If so, or if you are looking for a refresher, read on for the highlights.
One highlight was the The Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management, which focuses not only on business but on management and leadership. The Drucker MBA Program stood out because it incorporates many aspects of social responsibility and social entrepreneurship.
Another stand out was The Bard Center for Environmental Policy’s Masters in Science in Environmental Policy. It is a two year program, including a 4 to 6 month internship as well as a Master’s Thesis. The coursework includes topics such as Risk, Toxicology and Human Health, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, Biological Diversity and more.
The Antioch University New England offers an amazing opportunity to earn a MBA in Organizational and Environmental Sustainability. They offer two options, an accelerated (12-month) MBA or a weekend (24-month) MBA.
Brown University offers a Masters of Arts in Teaching. It is a 12-month program leading to a teaching certification in elementary education or secondary English, history/social studies, or biology/science education that is honored in 44 states.
Last but certainly not least is the Thunderbird Summer Global Business Institute. It will run from June 13 to July 2, 2010 at the Thunderbird Campus in Glendale, Arizona. Applicants must have finished their sophomore year. The deadline to register is April 30, 2010, but as always it is best to get your application in early!