Antioch’s Green MBA rated highly in survey
According to a survey by Net Impact, a nonprofit organization of over 10,000 MBAs, graduate students and executives, Antioch University New England’s “Green MBA” makes the grade.
Net Impact’s “Business as Unusual: The 2008 Student Guide to Graduate Business Programs” lists Antioch New England’s MBA in Organizational and Environmental Sustainability program among the top five in seven of 13 categories.
The Antioch program, known as the Green MBA, ranked first out of 63 MBA programs in two categories — faculty support of Net Impact themes in the curriculum and faculty support of Net Impact themes in extra curricula events and activities.
Antioch’s Green MBA came in second for preparing Net Impact students for ethical and socially responsible leadership, third for student support of Net Impact themes in the curriculum, and fourth for both administrative support of Net Impact themes and for preparing all students for ethical and socially responsible leadership.
In addition, 92 percent of Antioch’s Net Impact respondents thought Antioch students are enthusiastic regarding social/environmental themes in their curriculum and 100 percent of respondents think Antioch faculty are enthusiastic regarding social/environmental themes in their curriculum.
For more information, visit antioch-ne.edu.