Yale University created the first joint management-environment degree in 1982, recognizing the importance of integrating the two disciplines. The joint-degree program is intended to prepare business leaders and environmental managers with the tools to address the complex relationship between markets and the environment.
The joint-degree program offers an MBA in combination with either a master of environmental management (MEM) or a master of forestry (MF).
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