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Is the joint major in Sustainable Business right for you?
Do you see a need for sustainable practices in business operations?
Are you interested in seeking green entrepreneurship initiatives?
Looking to create environmentally friendly solutions for businesses?
The sustainable business joint major teaches students how to adapt business practices to the opportunities and challenges of an evolving global environment. Students will learn how to apply ethical reasoning to address issues in corporate governance, corporate sustainability, and sustainability in a business context.
After completion of this program students will be able to balance economic, environmental, and social impact through a business lens.
Ready to apply?
This program is offered jointly through both the Faculty of Environment and SFU’s Beedie School of Business. Students may choose to complete a Bachelor of Environment or a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Admission to this program will depend on which degree path students choose to pursue.
Learn more about the Sustainable Business Joint Major program requirements.