The curriculum covers traditional business fundamentals all through the lens of sustainability. Students learn conventional and non-conventional theory while working in teams on real-world applied projects. An integrated series of leadership courses round out the curriculum to help students develop the leadership skills necessary to lead organizational change and implementation of sustainability programs.
In the second year of the program, students take courses to satisfy requirements for a concentration in either sustainable finance, energy and climate, multisectoral solutions, or entrepreneurialism and continue work building organizational leadership competencies.
Courses are conducted in person during weekly evening classes at the Masins Building and one weekend a month at Islandwood. Distance learning technology is used as an additional resource for student team project work, mentoring sessions with professors, and hosting guest speakers.
For more information on the Metro program based in Seattle, please contact our admissions team.