Where will this take me?


Subjects are taught by leading academics in the disciplines of Business & Economics, including accounting, finance, economics, management, marketing, and entrepreneurship. Students will be provided with opportunities to develop expertise in sustainable business across a range of business and economics disciplines, supporting their career pathways and to address the increasing sustainability challenges and opportunities in the organisations in which they work.

As a specialist certificate, this course is offered in conjunction with the Master of Management suite and Master of International Business programs and is also available to students in other graduate programs at the University.

On successful completion of this degree, graduates will be:

  • Critical thinkers and problem solvers in relation to sustainable business and economics related issues and in developing sustainable solutions to problems in organisations and in society.
  • Effective decision makers in sustainable business and economics.
  • Knowledgeable in the core areas of sustainable business.
  • Competent in critical evaluation of evidence in support of an argument or proposition;

Clear in articulating sustainable business issues, ideas theories and solutions to a range of audiences in written and oral form.

Understanding the short-term effects can have long term consequences, and we need to be thinking about long term resource allocation such that we can continue to thrive as a civilisation. Embracing change and recognising the business opportunities in becoming sustainable is the way forward.

Associate Professor Ben Neville
Senior Lecturer and Course Coordinator
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