Online Green MBA & Sustainable Management Diploma/Certificate ProgramsIs it really possible to make a profit while embracing tree-hugging ideologies? According to Wal-Mart CEO Lee Scott, “Being a good steward of the environment and our communities, and being an efficient and profitable business, are not mutually exclusive. In fact they are one and the same." Companies around the world are finding this to be true as students enrolled in online Sustainable Management programs through the Anaheim University Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute, are implementing strategies at the workplace that enable them to be responsible for the financial, environmental and social bottom line.

By completing such 6-week intensive online courses as “Triple Bottom Line Accountability”, “Green Marketing” and “Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics” working professionals around the world are learning about the “3 P’s” (People, Planet and Profit) while earning an 18-week Certificate, a 36-week Diploma or an 18-month MBA in Sustainable Management, referred to as the Online Green MBA.

Donald Nordeng, President of the pioneering organic certification company Ecocert S.A.’s Japanese subsidiary, shared his experience with Anaheim’s accredited Online Green MBA program by saying, “Triple Bottom Line Accountability is one of the subjects I am excited about getting to grips with. This really fits with the business and whole corporate raison d’etre, of how to increase our profit whilst at the same time adding value to the environment and standards of living within the communities we serve. The fact that Anaheim University is an online University also had added incentive for me to study. Without the bricks and mortar, need for travel, and online resources we are already cutting down on thousands of tons of carbon”.

The nationally accredited Anaheim University demonstrated its environmental responsibility by committing to become 100% paperless by 2010. In February 2009 Anaheim signed the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment (ACUPCC), promising to within two years, set a target date and interim milestones for becoming climate neutral.

Demonstrating social responsibility, Anaheim University implemented the Tuition Relief program to assist students in these uncertain economic times, covering 50% of the tuition fee for any degree-seeking student as well as any Sustainable Management Diploma or Certificate Student who enrolls by June 30th, 2009.