Stanford University offers a joint MS/MBA in Environment & Resources. The degree is offered via the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER) at the School of Earth Sciences. The program integrates business, science and law, teaching the students everything necessary to grow professionally in this field. Students can choose from different concentration of courses ranging from energy to sustainable built environment on top earning a dual degree from this program. Students are required to complete a joint Capstone and Masters Thesis on top of the coursework needed for both degrees.
Accredited by WASC
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Memorial Way Stanford
Program: MBA-MS Environment Resources
Schedule: Full time classes
Campus Locations: Stanford, California
Leland Stanford Junior University, better known as Stanford University, is located in Stanford, California and boasts the third largest endowment of any universities in the United States. The school has an enrollment of 8,500 undergraduate and 7,500 graduate students with its most notable programs being in education, law and medicine. Stanford University is consistently ranked in at least the top 3 universities in the world by various media and educational outlets. The university has produced notable alumni including John Steinbeck, former Prime Minister of Israel Ehud Barak and Rachel Maddow.