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MGMT-310 - Sustainability Theory and Metrics
|MGMT-310||Sustainability Theory and Metrics||3 - credits||$698.64|
In this course, students develop a theoretical foundation for understanding and assessing sustainability in business practices. Students examine the theoretical framework, core concepts and the business case for sustainability. Activities and readings explore regional and global trends affecting sustainability, such as climate change and increasing stress on global ecosystems, sustainable community development, turbulent markets, disruptive technologies, and the impact of disparity between rich and poor. Sustainability measurement and reporting systems are compared and evaluated.
Prerequisites: ACCT 261, MGMT 204 or 216, MKTG 281. English 100 or equivalent.
65% in MATH 101 or 60% in any of the following maths: MATH 090, Pre-Calculus 12, Foundations 12, Applications 12, Principles 12 or equivalent, or Business Coordinator permission.
Corequisites: ACCT 261, MGMT 204 or 216, MKTG 281 may be taken as corequisites. Students require a minimum grade of 55% in a prerequisite course to progress to the subsequent course. A grade of "D" grants credit. However, students require a minimum grade of 60% for credit towards the BBA degree.
Delivery Method: On-Campus Online Blended
Credits: 3 | Length: 45 hours | Course Outline for MGMT-310
MGMT-310 Sustainability Theory and Metrics can be found in the following programs:
- Sustainable Business Practices - Post-Degree Certificate
- Sustainable Business Practices - Post-Degree Diploma