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Executive MBA

Executive MBA offerings at the Scheller College of Business include the Global Business and Management of Technology Executive MBA degree programs as well as a variety of specialty and custom executive education options. Both Executive MBA degree programs include a required sustainability module, and students have additional opportunities to further explore the intersection of sustainability and business.

Executive MBA Degree Programs

Both the Global Business and Management of Technology Executive MBA programs include the course Business Strategies for Sustainability. The course provides executives with skills to realign a company’s competitive positioning with positive social outcomes, how to innovate by turning environmental and social challenges into business opportunity, and how to be a transformative, far-sighted leader in the era of climate change.

Custom Programs

Increasingly, the complexity of our world and the speed of change means businesses have to understand and proactively manage a daunting amount of information and competing interests, including resource scarcity and other supply chain constraints; the social and environmental impacts of sourcing decisions; changing consumer awareness and buying decisions based on societal-level concerns; sustainability-related issues that can turn into a PR nightmare overnight; climate change, renewable energy, certifications, reporting; and more.

Companies need leaders and potential employees who understand these issues and determine how to reduce risks, lower costs, and create value. If your company wants to develop these business-focused insights and capabilities in your executives—either in a broad, strategic way or focused on specific areas most pressing for your firm—we would like to explore the best approach for you. The Center and Scheller's Custom Executive Education team can help empower your team to solve these challenges. We develop results-based curricula tailored to your goals, so you can see an immediate impact.

Additional Enrichment Opportunities

 Scheller College Graduate Sustainability Fellows Program

Fellows deepen their engagement in sustainability by working on year-long projects.

Sustainability Fellows Program details


Net Impact at Scheller at Scheller College of Business - MBA Chapter

The Net Impact club supports the development of future business leaders by elevating awareness of sustainability and equipping students with skills to address environmental and social impact issues as they progress in their careers. The Scheller MBA chapter holds a National Gold Status Chapter designation.

For more information, contact Kjersti Lukens at


Ideas to Serve Competition (I2S)

I2S is open to Georgia Tech students and recent alumni who have early-stage product/service ideas or venture concepts geared towards creating a better world. I2S is an initiative of the Institute for Leadership and Social Impact.

Learn more about I2S


Impact Speaker Series

Impact is a biweekly series of meaningful conversations. The main goal of the series is to engage students, faculty, staff, and the wider community on topics that matter through presentations from leaders and entrepreneurs from all sectors. Topics include entrepreneurship (both social and commercial), innovation, leadership, and sustainability.

Learn more about Impact Speaker Series


Global Social Venture Plan Competition (GSVC)

The Global Social Venture Plan Competition (GSVC) is one of the largest global-scale competitions with a proven track record that provides student entrepreneurs, who work on triple bottom line projects, with mentoring, exposure, and financial support. More than 600 teams participate globally every year. Previous GSVC winners — now mature companies — include Ethos Water, d.light, and Revolution Foods.

Executives can be involved as team members, judges, mentors, or advisors. Georgia Tech is one of the nine global partners, along with Berkeley Haas School of Business, London Business School, Indian School of Business, and others. Georgia Tech is responsible for outreach in the Eastern half of the United States and hosts the Eastern Regional Semifinals of the competition.

Meet the students who are combining sustainable business practices with their career aspirations.

Meet the students who are combining sustainable business practices with their career aspirations.