Program

Program

The Master's in Environmental Management (MGA) at the School of Management, created in 2008, trains high-level leaders with the ability to incorporate and manage the environmental dimension within private or public organizations, designing innovative strategies that add value to the different stakeholders. 

The program provides knowledge in functional areas of management and integrates expertise in other areas through disruptive methodologies, to develop the skills and provide the tools required to generate socio-environmental value and increase the competitiveness of organizations in the framework of sustainable development.

The two aspects covered on the program: Responsible production and consumption, and Management and governance of socio-environmental systems, offer students the opportunity to delve deeper into issues of great impact for the transformation of the business sector and territories in general.

The Master’s degree combines a variety of innovative methodologies used to reach the learning goals and to develop students’ ability to understand problems from a range of perspectives and to take responsibility for their learning process.

The courses are offered through a blended learning methodology, with a combination of virtual and face-to-face encounters. The program features virtual environments that are enhanced by the University’s Blackboard/SICUA learning platform, which allows students to maintain continuous contact with their coursework, classmates, and professors. 

Among others, the MEM offers masterclasses, case studies, problem-based learning, workshops, reports and projects, simulations, seminars, and field trips.

Description

Program Description

Degree awarded:

Master in Environmental Management

Registration:

Code SNIES53742

Duration:

22 Months

Schedule:

Part-time dedication.

Classes Thursday, Friday and Saturday full-time every 20 days.

The academic activity is supported in virtual spaces adjusted to each course.

Field trips:

Field trips and corporate visits are organized half-day or a whole day.

learning objetives 

  • Students will have the ethical criteria to be able to contribute to organizations’ sustainable development.
  • Students will be able to visualize opportunities and devise disruptive strategies aimed at solving environmental management challenges.
  • Students will be decision makers that successfully integrate the environmental dimension within project and organizational management.
  • Students will be able to effectively communicate sustainable development strategies.