June 17, 2013 - Guest Blogger: Matthew Petronko Dr. Nist’s special topics class was extra special today. We hosted two practitioners from the finance field from BNY Mellon, John T. Buckley, Managing Director of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and Lauren Lambert, Corporate Social Responsibility Program Administrator, a star employee and alumnus of our sustainability program. They brought with them […] More »
International Students - Financial Aid
Program-specific scholarships and fellowships are available for graduate students who enroll in the MBA-Sustainability program.
If you are a citizen of a country other than the United States, you are ineligible for most loans, unless you have a US citizen willing to act as a co-signer for you.
It is mandatory for all students attending Duquesne University to have health insurance and therefore the estimated cost above is included in the overall cost of the University. Further information about this can be obtained by contacting the Office of International Programs.
KPMG International Survey
The KPMG International Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2005 found a dramatic change in the type of CR reporting, from purely environmental reporting (through 1999) to triple bottom line (social, environmental and economic) reporting.
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A World of Difference
Duquesne's MBA Sustainability program believes that the business case for sustainable practices requires a global perspective. That’s why we built global study trips and broad exposure into the experience.
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- Join a select group of MBA graduates ready to lead a sustainable future.
Accepting applications for Fall 2013.
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- Global Study Trips
- Spring 2013 – Germany & Luxembourg
Summer 2013 – India
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