Duke University’s 3-year Master of Environmental Management/Master of Business Administration (MEM/MBA) and Master of Forestry/Master of Business Administration (MF/MBA) programs are among the preeminent business and environment joint degree programs in the world. Whether your career interests are renewable energy, corporate sustainability, carbon/environmental markets, energy finance, or public-private environmental partnerships, Duke University affords you access to the world’s leading-edge curriculum, faculty, facilities, and academic opportunities at the intersection of business, energy, and the environment.
About the MEM/MBA and MF/MBA
The Duke MEM/MBA and MF/MBA programs are truly interdisciplinary in nature and diverse in scope and breadth to enable students to tailor their academic experiences to their individual interests. In the intensive three-year joint degree program, students spend time immersed at both the Fuqua School of Business and the Nicholas School of the Environment, with access to additional classes in energy and environment disciplines at Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering, Sanford School of Public Policy, School of Law, and other Duke departments across campus.
Duke MEM/MBAs and MF/MBAs are part of an elite cohort of students at Duke, joining the Duke community and participating in clubs, classes, and projects specifically for joint degree from the very beginning of your time here. EDGE serves as an unofficial “home” for the MEM/MBA and MF/MBA students, working closely with these students to support their academic and career interests.
Students in Duke’s business and environment joint degree program come from amazingly diverse backgrounds. It’s one of the things that makes our program so special. From the private sector to the Peace Corps, MEM/MBA and MF/MBA students come to Duke to infuse their passion for making the world a better place with rigorous academic and extracurricular training.
MEM/MBA and MF/MBA Students can find detailed information about program requirements, contacts, timelines, and resources in the Business & Environment Joint Degree Student Handbook.