Empower yourself to become the leader that brings the value of sustainability to your organization.
Georgia Tech is a place where ideas converge and leaders emerge, where technologies and solutions are created today to solve the problems of tomorrow. Through Scheller's nationally recognized, award-winning curriculum and additional extracurricular and career enriching opportunities students gain the knowledge, experience, and global understanding of issues at the intersection of business and sustainability.
Our programs cut across all levels: MBA, Undergraduate, and Executive Education.
Whether pursuing the Strategic Sustainability Concentration or simply seeking to understand sustainability as an increasingly important business dynamic, Scheller MBA students have a range of classroom opportunities to explore. In addition, students can tap into clubs, nonprofit consulting, independent projects, panel discussions, networking opportunities, and much more at Scheller, across Georgia Tech, and in the broader community.
Undergraduate students have many opportunities to learn about and explore the intersection of sustainability and industry. Scheller offers two sustainability-focused electives and dozens of sustainability-relevant classes are available across campus. Those seeking further opportunities can tap into student clubs, nonprofit consulting, independent projects, panel discussions, networking opportunities, and a broad array of resources across Georgia Tech and in the community.
Executive Education 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.
Student Grants Available
The Center provides small grants (typically up to $500 per student per academic year) to currently enrolled Scheller students to support sustainability related education and/or career goals. Appropriate uses that will be considered include, but are not limited to: conferences or events, related travel, or publications and research. Requests are reviewed by the Center on a rolling basis.
If interested, please send a brief letter outlining your request to Arianna Robinson,. Please include your student status (UG/Grad), year, major/concentration area and describe the following:
1. the purpose of the request (what will the funds be used for?) and;
2. how this activity supports your educational and/or career goals and any outcomes you anticipate.
*Support from Net Impact at Scheller (student club) and other sources should be explored first for applicable events or items.