Whether you’re a recent college graduate or a seasoned practitioner, our center offers an opportunity to learn from some of the world's leading thinkers at a preeminent research institution. Between the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of the Environment, our faculty have been awarded the Nobel Prize, worked at the highest levels of government administration, and both founded and managed major multinational institutions.
Alongside renowned faculty and lecturers, CBEY draws a diverse and driven community of students, researchers and professionals. Click below to find out more about the degree program that suits your interests.
Fostering a community of change-makers
The YSE/SOM Joint Degree Program is the oldest of its kind in the United States. It was started in 1982 with the mission to create thoughtful, passionate and informed leaders equipped with practical skills - from finance to forestry.
A two-year degree program in business administration or environmental management.
The Yale School of Management offers a two-year Master’s in Business Administration degree based around an integrated curriculum and raw case studies. A rigorous set of core requirements is balanced with opportunities to take electives within the Yale School of Management and across the university. See the SOM website for more information.
The Yale School of the Environment offers four distinct Master’s degree tracks, with a specialization in business and the environment: Environmental Management, Environmental Science, Forestry, and Forestry Science. Each of these tracks requires two years; opportunities for electives depends on the chosen program. For further information, please visit the YSE website.
The Center is available to help students enrolled in one of these programs who are interested in pursuing a degree focused on the intersection of business and the environment.
The Yale School of Management's exclusive Executive MBA program.
This 22-month program is designed for working professionals, combining the rigor of the Yale MBA integrated core curriculum and leadership development program with advanced study in a chosen area at the nexus of business and society: healthcare, asset management or sustainability.
The sustainability track of the EMBA focuses on relevant imperatives facing modern organizations: sky- high commodity prices, resource scarcity, and growing public scrutiny of business operations throughout the entire value chain, to name a few. The program draws on faculty with deep professional and academic experience across various sectors, and within federal regulatory bodies. At the heart of the EMBA is a radical reconception of sustainability not as a question of corporate responsibility, but as an opportunity for competitive advantage and corporate success.
For more information on the Executive MBA program, visit the Yale School of Management.
Pursuing a PhD through either the Yale School of the Environment
The Yale School of Management and the School of the Environment maintain a highly selective doctoral program that prepares students for either professional or academic careers.
Yale School of the Environment doctoral candidates work under the supervision of faculty advisors whose overlapping research interests complement the student’s field of study. Applications are submitted through the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Click here to learn more about the YSE doctoral program.
Yale SOM doctoral candidates also work under the supervision of faculty advisors and must apply through the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Students pursue research within one of four fields of specialty: Accounting, Financial Economics, Marketing or Organizations and Management. Click here for more information on the Yale SOM doctoral program.
Take part in the university's Global Network for Advanced Management
The Global Network for Advanced Management is a collaborative network of international business schools working to understand the strategic implications of a flat and connected world.
For students interested in sustainability, the GNAM offers a geographically panoramic perspective on complex issues—from ecological considerations in emerging economies to the regulatory challenges faced in some of the world’s leading industrial powers. With its extensive network of business schools around the world, the program also provides opportunities to work on international teams. This is a great opportunity to develop new partnerships and richer perspectives.
Since the launch of GNAM in 2012, the Center has helped develop educational content, global training sessions and critical partnerships with organizations like the World Business Council on Sustainable Development.
For a full description of its mission and offerings, visit the Global Network for Advanced Management website.