Global Sustainability Secondary Concentration
People, planet, and profit—this “triple bottom line” is starting to matter to more companies as consumers demand that corporations care about more than making money.
It’s no longer just the Starbucks and the Whole Foods that integrate sustainability into their business model: You find it just as often at Coca-Cola, Adidas, Tiffany & Co., Unilever, GE, and the largest multinational banks.
The Global Sustainability secondary concentration shows employers that a student has made an academic investment in understanding the complex issues facing companies that are trying to run successful businesses while keeping the environment and human dignity in mind.
Select courses from outside the graduate business school—offered by other Fordham graduate divisions—also can be taken toward the Global Sustainability secondary concentration. For more information, please consult your academic advisor.
Students who pursue the GS secondary concentration are encouraged to join Net Impact. This student group provides a forum for future business leaders to discuss new opportunities to create meaningful careers that create value for both the business leaders and for society.
To earn the Global Sustainability secondary concentration, students must earn nine credits from three upper-level classes that are coded as Global Sustainability courses. These courses are listed below:
Courses in this group have the ABGS attribute.
|BEGB 7251||Intl Trade & Development||1.5,3|
|BISC 5510||Conservation Biology||3|
|BLGB 739C||International Business Ethics||3|
|CMGB 7525||Cross Cultural Negotiation and Communication||3|
|CMGB 7531||Comm Corp Image Responsibility||3|
|CMGB 7563||Ethics & Soc Resp in Media Ent||3|
|ECON 6460||Agriculture and Development||3|
|EVGL 0290||Climate Change Law and Policy||2|
|FNGB 749J||Sustainability & Finance||3|
|FNGB 74AZ||Innov in Business & Energy||3|
|FNGB 74BD||Impact Investing||3|
|FNGB 74BP||Wharton-Impact Investment Workshop||3|
|IPED 6520||Int'l Law & Development||3|
|ISGB 7910||Info Systems Strategy & Mgmt||3|
|ISGB 7945||IT and Sustainability||3|
|LPGB 7615||Cross-Cultural Negotiation and Communications||3|
|LPGB 7637||Entrepreneurial Mindset||1.5,3|
|LPGB 769A||Leadership for the 21st Century||3|
|LPGB 76AV||Developing the Sustainability Mindset||3|
|LPGB 76CB||Sustainable Business Master Class||3|
|MKGB 7720||Consumer Behavior||3|
|MKGB 7792||New Product Development||3|
|MKGB 77AI||Innovation in Bus & Energy||3|
|MKGB 77AL||Innovation in Business and Energy||3|
|POSC 6640||Pol of Global Econ Rel||3|
|SAGB 76BM||Innovation in Business and Energy||3|
|SAGB 76BV||Sustainability & Strategy||3|
NOTE: Some courses are cross-listed in multiple departments. Cross-listed courses can only be taken once, but may be taken from any course code.