Why Choose the Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Management?

 

The Online Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Management provides an opportunity to acquire expertise in the field of sustainable management from Anaheim University’s Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute. Students take 6 graduate-level sustainable management courses. Each course is 6 weeks long making it possible to finish the program in under 9 months. The Diploma is offered 100% online.

Program Highlights

  • Study online from anywhere in the world
  • Year-round enrollment: Begin your studies anytime
  • Complete the entire Diploma in under 9 months
  • Study under the direction of highly qualified faculty in an interactive environment
  • Learn to be environmentally friendly and socially responsible in your business
  • Network with business professionals around the world

 

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Why Choose the Online Green MBA?

People, Planet & Prosperity - an MBA in Global Sustainable Management focused on leadership, social responsibility and sustainable practices

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Sustainable management looks beyond short-term quarterly profits, and focuses on long-term gain by incorporating the environmental and social costs of doing business into management decisions. The Online Green MBA empowers you to succeed in a fiscally, socially and environmentally responsible way.

  • 6 core courses in Business Administration
  • 4 "Green" courses in Sustainable Management (including a "Green" Capstone Course in Sustainable Management)
  • 2 elective courses in International Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Interact with your professor and social entrepreneurs around the globe
  • Complete the Online Green MBA from anywhere in the world while working full-time
  • 18-month intensive Online MBA program: New courses begin every 6 weeks

 

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The Anaheim University Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute offers Online Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), MBA, Diploma and Certificate Programs in Sustainable Management. Sustainable management looks beyond short-term quarterly profits, and focuses on long-term gain by incorporating the environmental and social costs of doing business into management decisions. The Online Green MBA empowers you to succeed in a fiscally, socially and environmentally responsible way. Learn about International Business Administration through courses from the Anaheim University Akio Morita School of Business Online International MBA Track and learn about Sustainable Management through"Green" courses in Sustainable Management through the Anaheim University Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute

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Why Choose the Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Management?

greenmba top02The Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Management provides an opportunity to acquire knowledge in the field of sustainable management from Anaheim University’s Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute. Students select 3 sustainable management courses from a choice of 4. Each course is 6 weeks long making it possible to finish the program in 18 weeks. The Certificate is offered 100% online.

Program Highlights

  • Study online from anywhere in the world
  • Year-round enrollment: Begin your studies anytime
  • Target your studies to three areas of your choice
  • Complete the entire Certificate in as little as 18 weeks
  • Study under the direction of highly qualified faculty in an interactive environment
  • Learn to be environmentally-minded and socially responsible in your business
  • Network with business professionals around the world

 

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Dr. Kisho Kurokawa, a globally acclaimed architect and the founding member of Anaheim University's Executive Advisory Board who served as Chair from 2002 to 2004, passed away on Friday, October 12th, 2007 at the age of 73. A spokeswoman at Tokyo Women's Medical University Hospital, where he was hospitalized on October 9th with an intestinal ailment said he died of heart failure. Over 550 newspapers and publications around the globe reported Kisho Kurokawa's death.

The Japanese architect who led the "Metabolism Movement" and based his designs on themes including ecology and recycling, made his world debut in 1960. At age 26, he led a style known as the Metabolism Movement, advocating a shift from "machine principle" to "life principle" in his literary work and architectural designs based on themes including ecology, recycling and intermediate space. His theory of "Symbiosis" became globally renowned. Read more at Wikipedia or visit Kisho.co.jp

His major works can be found throughout the world including the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia, the National Art Center in Tokyo's posh Roppongi district, the new wing of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, and Toyota Stadium for the 2002 World Cup. In addition to his work in architecture, Dr. Kurokawa sat on numerous governmental advisory boards in Japan, China and Kazakhstan, and ran in the 2007 election for Tokyo Governor.