The Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Sustainable Fashion Operations at Lasell University will help you become a leader who drives innovation in sustainability in the fashion industry. You will gain awareness of the main challenges of sustainable fashion and use innovative thinking to develop future-oriented solutions. If you are seeking to advance your career in the sustainable fashion industry and want to help make a change towards sustainability while also being ethically responsible, this program will instill the knowledge you need to be successful.  


The curriculum for the MBA in Sustainable Fashion Operations is a combination of core business courses, Sustainable Fashion Operations focused courses and electives.  The curriculum contains a total of 14 courses (42 credits.  There are 11 core courses (33 credits) and 3 concentration courses (9 credits). Students can choose 3 out of the 4 electives listed (FASH761, FASH762, FASH763, Fash749). Get more information about our Course Schedules.

Global Leadership
3 credits
Strategic Information Management
3 credits
Principles of Project Management
3 credits
Human Resources Management
3 credits
Strategic Marketing
3 credits
Statistical Analysis for Decision Making
3 credits
Managerial Economics
3 credits
Accounting for Managers
3 credits
Financial Analysis for Managers
3 credits
Entrepreneurial Strat & Venture Creation
3 credits
Sustainable Fash Sourcing & Quality Mgmt
3 credits
Fashion Brand Development & Management
3 credits
Sustainable Innovation & Des Strat Fash
3 credits
Ethical Theory & Management
3 credits


Candidates seeking admission to the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at Lasell University must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution. GRE/GMAT scores are not required for admission.

The 36-credit program is delivered in 100 percent online and on-campus blended formats. Rolling admission is offered for our September, October, January, March, May and July start dates. Learn more about the courses offered in Lasell's MBA program.


Candidates must demonstrate knowledge of microeconomics and statistics through prior coursework or by successfully completing self-paced tutorials in introductory statistics and microeconomics.  For more information about the self-paced tutorials or prerequisites for the MBA program please contact the Office of Graduate Enrollment at gradinfo@lasell.edu or call/text 617-243-2400.

Admission Requirements Checklist:

  1. Online application
  2. Resume of professional work experience 
  3. Official college transcripts
  4. A one-page personal statement describing your goals, strengths and potential for achievement in graduate school