- As part of Bloomberg Businessweek's larger set of 2012 business school rankings, the publication surveyed 2012 graduates about school's green business and sustainability offerings, determining that the University of Michigan, Cornell University and the University of California, Berkeley received the highest marks.
- Survey takers were asked to rank offerings on a six-point scale from "poor" to "outstanding," and the scores were then averaged.
- The top 10 schools, according to the Bloomberg rankings, were:
- Michigan (Ross)
- Cornell (Johnson)
- UC Berkeley (Haas)
- Erasmus (Rotterdam)
- MIT (Sloan)
- North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)
- Notre Dame (Mendoza)
- Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)
- George Washington
From the article:
"... Within the Erb Institute, students can pursue a dual MBA/MS degree in global sustainable enterprise, taking courses like “Sustainable Finance” and “Green Building,” as well as two internships and two capstone projects in the three-year program. At any given time, 100 students are working toward the dual degree, with about 36 graduating each year, according to the school. Upon earning the global sustainable enterprise degree, a quarter of grads go into energy and raw materials jobs and a fifth go into management consulting jobs. Top employers include Boeing (BA), Ford (F), and McKinsey & Co. Starting salaries are comparable to those earned by MBA grads at Ross entering similar fields. ..."