The Master of Science (MS) in Sustainable Management program combines courses from the College of Science and Health, College of Communication and Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, providing you with a broad base of knowledge and skills for implementing sustainable strategies for managing human, social, financial and natural resources in today's marketplace.
DePaul's MS in Sustainable Management program has a unique curriculum that will enable you to develop:
- The ability to assess, challenge and reframe traditional practices of management.
- Decision-making abilities based on organizational strategies.
- Analytical skills focusing on how societies and organizations value resources required to deliver goods and services.
- Technical skills to analyze and measure the economic, social and environmental impacts of organizational decisions.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor projects growing professional opportunities for sustainability managers in a wide range of sectors, from services — including finance and health care — to manufacturing and construction.
DePaul’s Master of Science in Sustainable Management is a Department of Homeland Security STEM-designated program. STEM designation is granted to programs that produce graduates educated in science, technology, engineering and/or math who help support U.S. economic competitiveness and growth. International students who earn degrees from STEM-designated programs can qualify to extend their post-graduation stay in the United States for Optional Practical Training (OPT). OPT provides an opportunity for international students to develop their careers while also helping meet the demand for STEM-educated professionals in the U.S. workforce. To find out more, contact the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at firstname.lastname@example.org or (312) 362-8810.
"This program required me to address and act on the critical gap between conventional business practices and sustainable development goals, all while supporting my efforts to build a pragmatic case for investing in ecosystems and social equity."
— Stephanie Curcio, BUS '16 & MS '17
Economic Analyst, AECOM