New Rensselaer M.S. in Management Cohort Concentrating on Sustainable Enterprise Management Forming in Fairfield County for Spring 2009
HARTFORD, CONN – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is offering a new cohort program in Fairfield County: the accelerated Master of Science (M.S.) in Management degree with a concentration in Sustainable Enterprise Management. The degree will be completed in approximately 14 months with all classes being held in the Trumbull area starting in April. No classes will be held during the entire month of August to allow for a vacation break. Admission will be granted on a first-come, first accommodated basis. An online application is available at: www.ewp.rpi.edu/hartford.
An open house will be held on Tuesday, March 31, at the Hilton Garden Inn at 25 Old Stratford Road in Shelton, from 4-6 p.m. Professor David L. Rainey, Ph.D., of Rensselaer's Lally School of Management and Technology, and author of the book, Sustainable Business Development: Inventing the Future Through Strategy, Innovation, and Leadership, will discuss the topic and the nature of the cohort with potential students. To register for the open house or for more information about the program, please contact Christa Sterling, Senior Program Manager, Enrollment Management, at (860) 548-7842; toll-free at (800) 433-4723, ext. 7842; or e-mail: .
Rensselaer's new M.S. cohort is a timely and contemporary degree program that has immediate applications in the workplace. Sustainability and sustainable development are among the hottest and most important concepts in business management, science, and engineering today. Sustainable business development involves a strategic approach for evaluating the social, economic, and environmental consequences of systems, structures, technologies, products and processes, market spaces, human health and safety, and the natural environment.