The program is designed to meet the growing demand for sustainability managers and will train leaders to bridge the gap between the principle of sustainable development and its practice. The program's Director Steve Cohen, executive director of the Earth Institute, has just published a new book entitled, Sustainability Managements: Lessons for and from New York City, America, and the Planet
(To learn more: www.earth.columbia.edu/videos/watch/336), which addresses the most critical areas of concern for sustainability professionals.
Students in the program will learn sophisticated environmental measurement tools and cutting-edge environmental science to fully understand the systematic and organizational role of sustainability in any organization. This program is ideal for practitioners and aspiring professionals working in
organizational management, regulatory compliance, facilities operations, and environmental stewardship. More details on the program's courses offerings, including three brand new courses, the Science of Sustainable Water, Sustainable Operations, and Ethics and Values for Sustainability Management, can be found here: www.ce.columbia.edu/Sustainability-Management/Course-Descriptions.
The program is offered full-time or part-time to accommodate the schedules of working professionals. The early application deadline for Spring 2012 admission is October 1 and the regular application deadline for Spring 2012 admission is November 1.
Speakers: Steve Cohen, Director, M.S. in Sustainability Management Program, Executive Director, the Earth Institute; Louise Rosen, Associate Director, M.S. in Sustainability Management Program, Director, Office of Academic and Research Programs, The Earth Institute.
Location: Columbia University's Faculty House (64 Morningside Drive):
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If interested in learning more about the program, contact Allison Ladue, Program Manager, at email@example.com or (212) 851-9361. <
Source: The Earth Institute