MBA in Renewble Energy

Marylhurst University is a small, private, nonprofit institution located near Portland, OR. Founded in 1893, it has been recognized by CAEL for its commitment to online education, and has cultivated the largest MBA program in Oregon. The accelerated online MBA program allows you to graduate with the same prestigious degree as its on-campus counterpart.

Organization Name: 
Marylhurst University
Discipline: 
Business
Degree : 
Master's Degree
Location: 
Online

The Renewable Energy program is one of four distinct concentrations in Maryhurst’s MBA in Sustainable Business. The others are Government Policy & Administration, Green Development, and Natural & Organic Resources. Regardless of the concentration you choose, the green MBA program will provide you with a solid foundation in business with an inclusive look into sustainable practices. There are 8 foundation courses, 3 concentration-specific courses, and a Capstone.

The Green MBA program is a preparation for the future of business around the world. Sustainable topics include strategic leadership principles as they relate to green practices, emerging technologies, global culture, resource economics, and environmental management. These are combined with general business topics like accounting, finance, communication, leadership, quantitative analysis, decision-making, and marketing.

A Focus on Renewable Energy
Where does the power to run your company come from? From the warehouse to the boardroom, on the roads and in the office, companies need to find the fuel to keep their business running while remaining profitable. Reducing and finding energy alternatives can make a big impact on the bottom line. The renewable energy concentration examines the environmental regulations and policies that impact business decisions, management, and the bottom line. Find out how environmental laws affect business, and how fuel alternatives and renewable energy sources can positively impact your business and marketing efforts, while providing a new perspective on energy consumption. Build a strategy for operational management as you learn to research and implement a plan that accounts for energy usage, supply chain management, production, inventory and Six Sigma.