Differential values

First-level articulation:

The Master's in Environmental Management is more than just an academic program, it is a memorable learning experience that offers an environment of opportunity given its links to initiatives such as: The Global MDP Association, Parques Cómo Vamos (Parks, how we're doing? - Academic initiative to generate information about Colombia's National Natural Parks System), the National Environmental Forum, the SCALA Observatory, and the Center for Sustainable Development Goals for Latin America (CODS).

Academic excellence:

  • Approach socio-environmental issues from a managerial perspective.
  • The Sustainability Division within the School of Management, where more than 80% of the faculty possess international Ph.D. degrees and significant academic recognition.
  • We adopt a learning assurance model that aims to strengthen skills such as ethical behavior, interculturality, communication and decision making

Flexibility

  • The opportunity to take elective courses from the different programs at the School of Management Graduate School, general University courses, summer courses, and international weeks.
  • The possibility of pursuing a double degree program with the Master's in Development Practice.
  • The Master's Degree in Development Practice and the Master's Degree in Environmental Management share the core courses in the functional areas of management and the key areas of sustainable development.
  • Blended learning, which includes classes in Bogotá on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays every three weeks, and activities through a virtual platform that complements the learning process.

Methodologies

  • The Masters use a variety of innovative methodologies based on the learning objectives to develop skills that allow students to approach problems from different perspectives.
  • We offer a multidisciplinary experience based on theory and practice.
  • CONSULTANDES: The students' final project consists of a consulting process to support the resolution of environmental challenges for a diversity of organizations.

International experience

  • International weeks at universities abroad that deal with specific environmental management issues.
  • International Summer School in which we bring professors from the best universities in the world to our classrooms to teach and discuss topics from different management areas.

Graduates impact

  • We respond to the labor market growing need to find professionals capable of managing sustainable development challenges. 
  • The community of more than 240 graduates is influencing the transformation of organizations and territories for sustainability, helping to reach the Sustainable Development Goals.