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Study Environmental Management and Business at King's

It is becoming increasingly important for business leaders to consider environmental impacts when making business decisions. As the need for better environmental stewardship and taking actionable steps to address climate change becomes evident, a growing number of students want to combine their passion for environmental issues with good business practices. This stream lets you pursue both. In addition to selecting courses that prepare students to make sustainable business decisions, students in the Environmental Management stream are encouraged to take Environmental Studies and Geography courses that explore questions and problems related to environmental sustainability. 

Students in this stream can expect to be prepared for work in areas of environmental planning, global development, and other careers related to Christian ministry or justice issues.

Course Selection

In addition to the required general courses for a BCom, students specializing in Small Business and Entrepreneurship must take the following:

Most students should choose to take their introductory business courses and as many Common Curriculum courses as possible in their first year. This gives them greater flexibility in their second or third year to participate in an exchange at one of our partner institutions around the globe. Every student is assigned a faculty advisor when they pay their tuition deposit to help with course selection throughout their program.

Program Streams
Program streams allow for specialization within a degree program and prepare students for employment and professional studies.

    Our Business grads get jobs as:

  • Accountants
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Financial Administrators
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Marketing Coordinators
  • Non Profit Organization Directors

    Our Business grads go on to study:

  • Financial Engineering
  • Healthcare Administration
  • International Affairs and Foreign Trade
  • Investment Analysis
  • Law
  • Sports Management