Non-Johnson Courses


Sustainability at Cornell

There are a number of courses related to sustainable global enterprise available throughout Cornell. It is strongly recommended MBA students consider some of these courses to further enhance their knowledge and skill base. Below, you will find a partial listing by school as well as by area of interest. See theĀ list of Johnson courses.


Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP)

  • CRP 554 – Introduction to Environmental Planning
  • CRP 584 – Green Cities
  • CRP 551 – Environmental Law
  • CRP 578 – Recycling and Resource Management
  • CRP 664 – Economics and Financing of Neighborhood Conservation and Preservation
  • CRP 683 – Environmental Aspects of International Urban Planning
  • CRP 686 – Planning for Sustainable Transportation
  • CRP 689 – Environmental Planning
  • CRP 689 – Sustainable Panama: An Interdisciplinary Workshop Course on the Future of the Panama Canal Metropolitan Landscape

School of Hotel Administration (Statler)

  • H ADM 441 – Strategic Management
  • H ADM 452 – Sustainable Development & the Global Hospitality Industry

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS)

  • AEM 424 – Management Strategy
  • AEM 451 – Environmental Economics
  • AEM 442 – Emerging Markets
  • AEM 455 – Sustainability, Business and the Environment
  • AEM 651 – Environmental and Resource Economics
  • AEM 660 – Agro-Ecosystems, Economic Development, and the Environment
  • AEM 750 – Resource Economics
  • AEM 751 – Environmental Economics

College of Engineering

  • BEE 401 – Renewable Energy Systems
  • BEE 487 – Sustainable Energy Systems
  • BEE 625 – Environmental Management
  • BEE 687 – The Science and Engineering Challenges to the Development of Sustainable Bio-Based Industries
  • BEE 787 – Industrial Ecology of Agriculturally Based Bio-Industries
  • BEE 651 – Bioremediation: Engineering Organisms to Clean up the Environment
  • BEE 788 – Biomass Conversion of Energy and Chemicals
  • CEE 594 – Economic Methods for Engineering and Management
  • CEE 665 – Environment/Energy and Transportation Planning and Management
  • CHEME 664 – Energy Economics
  • M&AE 501 – Future Energy Systems

College of Arts and Sciences

  • ALS 661 – Environmental Policy
  • DSOC 661 – Sustainable Agriculture & Development
  • NTRES 434 – International Conservation
  • NTRES 432 – Human Dimension of Natural Resource Management
  • NTRES 618 – Critical Issues in Conservation and Sustainable Development
  • DSOC 560 – Managing Local Environmental Systems
  • SOC 492 – Economic Sociology of Entrepreneurship

College of Human Ecology

  • DEA 660 – The Environment and Social Behavior
  • DEA 661 – Environments and Health
  • HE 407 – Leadership in the Nonprofit Environment