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Course summary

This new online MBA Sustainability Impact will seek to provide flexibility of learning and contemporary insights using the Insendi platform and methodology. By working across the Insendi platform, there will be enhanced opportunities to network with partner universities which are specialising and offering content in their niche areas of expertise. Thus benefiting the students’ experience in the online environment. This course will first establish a baseline of content expected of an MBA, embedding the necessary skills to coordinate, manage, and guide business decisions. You will develop skills in accounting and finance, operations management, strategy, people management, project management, and consumer and marketing insights. A core notion in MBAs is that business is about defining a problem, and businesses are created to provide solutions to the inevitable market demand where problems exist. With this specific MBA Sustainability Impact, we look at the increasing pressures faced by our society and businesses to adapt to a range of social and environmental problems in our increasingly complex 21st century society. This is set against a backdrop of “climate crisis” and the need for organisations to move towards achieving net-zero targets.

Assessment method

You’ll be assessed through a variety of methods including case studies, essay style coursework, projects, management reports and a research-based dissertation. Assessments are authentic, real business problems that can be applied to your professional expertise and practice.

Entry requirements

You’ll need a minimum of a second-class Honours degree in any subject, or an equivalent qualification. However, if you don’t have these formal qualifications, but bring significant work experience in a relevant area, you can still apply. Prospective students must also have three years supervisory or management experience.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Additional fee information

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Business Administration Sustainability Impact at University of Stirling - UCAS