Green MBA to Offer New Credited, Elective Course in Sweden

Polly Chandler, chair of AUNE’s Department of Organization and Management and director of the MBA in Organizational and Environmental Sustainability (Green MBA), announced a new study abroad opportunity today. Through the Antioch University Chancellor’s Collaboration Initiative, AUNE’s O & M department will launch a credited, elective course to be held in Sweden in Spring 2011.

Class participants will travel to Sweden from April 25 to May 3 and will learn about the country’s sustainability initiatives and eco-municipalities. The course is open to students and alumni from all five Antioch University campuses. Enrollment is limited to fifteen to twenty students, so early enrollment is encouraged.

Further details and specific destination information will be announced by late October. For information contact Polly Chandler.


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