Sustainability Management Minor
The 15-credit sustainability management minor is offered for business and non-business majors by the Silberman College of Business at the Florham Campus, Madison, New Jersey.
To have the selected minor recorded on the transcript, students must earn a cumulative grade point ratio of 2.00 or better in the minor. In general, courses that count toward the declared major do not count toward the minor. The main exception to this rule applies to students in the business administration major, who can apply a maximum of two qualifying courses toward both their major and a minor; other exceptions are noted specifically in each minor.
Due to prerequisite courses, some, not all, minors are only open to students in the Silberman College of Business. Any student interested in pursuing a minor at Silberman College should contact an adviser in the Silberman Academic Advising Office .
- DSCI3502 Value Chain Management for Sustainability
- MGMT3400 Managing Sustainability in the Global Context
- MGMT4490 Guided Internship in Sustainability Management or
a social entrepreneurship course approved by the chair of the management and entrepreneurship department.
- MKTG3501 Marketing for a Sustainable World
Select one elective:
- BIOL1070 , BIOL1071 Ecosystem and Environmental Science Lecture and Laboratory (Silberman College and Maxwell Becton College of Arts and Sciences non-science majors)
- BIOL1180 Climate Change Biology (Becton College non-science majors)
- BIOL2049 , BIOL2050 Ecology Lecture and Laboratory (Becton College science majors)
- CHEM1027 , CHEM1028 Chemistry for the Global Citizen Lecture and Laboratory (Silberman College and Becton College non-science majors)
- PHYS1010 , PHYS1020 Physics of Sustainable Energy Lecture and Laboratory (Silberman College and Becton College non-science majors)
- PHYS1201 , PHYS1202 Physics for the Global Citizen Lecture and Laboratory (Silberman College and Becton College non-science majors)
Please consult an adviser to determine if one of the above electives will count toward general education science requirements.
Florham Campus Advisers