Antioch University’s Master of Business Administration in Sustainability (MBA) was ranked as one of the top programs by Intelligent.com on its list of Best Online MBA in Sustainability Degree Programs, ranking tenth in “Academic Influence” for the year 2024. The list is composed of programs that are offered by accredited institutions and are based on their outcomes, cost, reputation, faculty, and flexibility. In May, the program was also ranked one of the Top 20 MBA in Sustainability Programs of 2023, ranking fourth and receiving the distinction of Best Non-GMAT Program.
“We are excited to receive this acknowledgment from Intelligent,” says Mary Ann Short, Associate Dean of Distance and Extended Education. “Governments, businesses, communities, and individuals alike are recognizing the importance of protecting the environment and preserving all our resources— people, planet, and prosperity.”
“The world is changing rapidly and has moved past the time when profits rule over everything else,” says Kenneth Baker, Chair of the MBA Program. “The importance of preserving and recovering our planet and its resources cannot be overlooked.”
The high ranking proves that the MBA program is successful. The program centers its focus on instilling a comprehension of triple-bottom-line practices, sustainability frameworks, and their application, providing graduate students with an understanding of systems and models that promote social change and public policy based on ecological economics. All of this is done through an online asynchronous platform via Antioch University Online. This ensures the greatest amount of accessibility for students regardless of location or schedule.
Antioch University’s online Master of Business Administration prepares you to thrive in a dynamic, diverse, and innovative world where business acumen, leadership ability, and practical application are critically important – and marketable – skills. Antioch’s MBA features the mutual importance of people, planet, and profit in building and leading successful organizations and communities in the 21st century, often referred to as the triple bottom line approach. Regardless of their future career, the MBA in Sustainability sets graduates up with all the necessary tools to succeed in the field.
“It is a privilege to be part of a community of students and leaders who are committed to this cause,” says Baker. “Our world’s new and future leaders must be willing to take a bold stance in implementing the principles of social and environmental justice—as we do in our program.”