Gain the skills you need for an interconnected business world. As you dive into your Integrated Sustainability requirement during your sophomore year, you’ll learn about cultural, ecological, and economic systems, and study concepts to address sustainability challenges. You’ll choose courses such as:
- Urban Development
- Feeding the Modern United States
- Natural Disasters
You will gain a deeper understanding of your social responsibility. And, by developing the problem-solving skills you need to be an effective leader, and imagining sustainable solutions to real-world challenges, you’ll better understand our place in the world, and have the skills and knowledge to create lasting change.
Cap off your journey with real-world experience. Problem solve, develop as a leader, work toward shared goals, and increase your professional communication skills. For the Advanced Experiential requirement, you’ll choose from a variety of courses across disciplines designed to include a meaningful project with an external organization.
Choose courses such as the Management Consulting Field Experience (MCFE), where you’ll connect with a Boston-area business, Scaling Lean Ventures, Operations for Entrepreneurs, Sales in Action, Retail Management, or Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human Rights to name a few. Whatever you choose, you’ll tie your college experience together, hone your interests, and foster relationships.
What does that mean for you? It means you’ll innovate, collaborate, and leave Babson ready to make an impact in any organization.