Do you want a career in economics and business management with a focus on sustainability?
The Sustainability Management program offered at SDU Esbjerg equips you with the knowledge and skills to lead organizations toward more sustainable practices, contributing to a more environmentally, socially, and economically conscious future. Through a combination of lectures, seminars, and practical projects, you gain a deep understanding of sustainability concepts and tools.
You learn to assess the environmental and social impacts of organizations, develop sustainability strategies, and evaluate the effectiveness of sustainability interventions. Additionally, you acquire skills in methods that support decision-making, stakeholder engagement, and strategic planning to drive sustainable practices within organizations.
The program qualifies you for positions such as Sustainability Manager, Sustainability Business Analyst, Sustainability Business Consultant, Business Management Consultant, and Corporate Social Responsibility Manager.
You can work in a wide range of industries, such as energy, manufacturing, hospitality and tourism, transportation and logistics, retailer and consumer goods, and consulting. Finally, you can also choose to apply for a Ph.D. position and pursue an academic career.
That is why you should study Sustainability Management
- The MSc program in Sustainability Management qualifies for a career in one of the hottest topics in economics and business management. It gives access to a wide range of job opportunities across administrative areas and industries nationally and internationally.
- The program provides you with the knowledge to lead organizations in tackling environmental, social, and economic challenges. It intertwines theory and practice in interactive learning accompanied by one-to-one supervision.
- The program is taught at SDU’s campus in Esbjerg, a city that is the heart of Denmark’s green transition. Besides experiencing lived sustainability, studying Sustainability Management in Esbjerg provides unique opportunities, such as close professor-student relationships, direct access to organizations that are driving Denmark’s green transition, a vibrant student life in a city with numerous opportunities for cultural, sporting and leisure activities and a newly built campus with an international, research-oriented atmosphere.