Where the Environmental Sustainability Concentration Will Take You
As part of our curriculum, every Babson undergraduate student takes Socio-Ecological Systems, which is a course that teaches systems thinking through a blend of natural science and the liberal arts. This concentration builds on that mindset while building your collaboration, creative, and critical thinking skills. It’s ideal for students interested in rested in exploring social entrepreneurship, environmental business practices, and innovation. Graduates work and intern in a variety of industries, including politics, finance, technology, non-profits, and renewable energy.
Take a course that covers the philosophical narratives of sustainability. Or, how climate change shapes national and global politics. Or, how it fits into critical race theory. You have the chance to take literature, marketing, and natural and social science courses about environmental business concerns that deepen your understanding of the role we all play in protecting our planet.