Master of Environment and Business
The Master of Environment and Business (MEB) is a program aimed at meeting the growing need for business sustainability professionals as a distinct group of knowledgeable, skilled, confident and motivated individuals with the information, tools and expertise to integrate environment with business in very practical ways.
The MEB program will offer you an executive, MBA-equivalent degree through online courses with minimal on-campus study, and with course materials distributed over the Internet.
Students can complete the MEB in 13 months or take the 3 year part-time option designed for working professionals.
Application deadline for 2014 is March 1st 2014 for the Spring term (August Residency). The MEB will also consider late applications until June 1st 2014 (August Residency). There are advantages to applying by March 1st. These include: staggering your fees so that you pay for one course per term (late acceptances pay for both ENBUS 601 and ENBUS 602 in the Fall term); having the opportunity to apply for a bursary in your first year (annual bursary decisions are made in early May); and increasing your chance of getting selected for this competitive program.
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Advance your career
Graduates will be prepared for senior level positions, primarily as team-leaders or in strategic positions in corporations, and in medium and small businesses seeking to change to more sustainable practices.
Our students also work in consulting firms, sustainability-focused NGOs, government departments, public organizations (hospitals, school boards, etc) and international agencies.
They are employed as:
- Sustainability Directors
- Policy Advisors and analysts
- Environmental coordinators, planners and project managers
Current student Trish Ready says the MEB program is helping her leverage her skills and engage with leaders on important issues:
Hear what other MEB students have to say about the program on the Environment YouTube channel.
Still have questions? Fill out the MEB Information Form.