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The MBA program at Presidio Graduate School consists of 9 required courses and 3 courses from one of four specialty concentrations for a total of 12 courses. Students select the specialty concentration that best matches their interest and career objective. Each course is designed to build on previous courses and integrate with concurrent courses. The curriculum is designed around three program foundations.
SUST6240: Financial Systems
Energy, Climate & Social Responsibility
Innovation for Sustainable Solutions
Multisector Solutions & Public-Private Partnerships
FIN6300: Sustainable Investing for Measurable Impact and Profit
FIN6320: Capital Structures and Technology for Impactful Financial Markets
FIN6340: Multisector Financial Solutions for Sustainable Global & Local Societies
Experiential Learning (EL) is a key part of our educational program. Students are paired with an organization and work with them over the course of a semester on a specific project. Through this living case study methodology, students gain practical experience applying the skills and concepts learned in class and gain relevant work experience to support career development.
EL projects are a required component of the following courses:
SUST6200: Engagement: Connecting Brands and Customers
SUST6270: Operations and Supply Chain Management
INN6340: Innovative Organizations – Intrapreneurship