Learning and teaching—for a better tomorrow
At Griffith we aim to produce graduates with a deep understanding of the relationship between the environment and society, and superior skills in creating practical solutions to meet the future.
In 2020, Griffith was designated the only United Nations Millennium Fellows Campus in Australia and the wider Oceania region for its contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The Griffith Business School's Academic Centres provide a range of information, resources and opportunities for sustainable enterprise through innovative research, teaching and engagement activities.
Teaching Programs aligned with SDGs
We have mapped our teaching programs that align with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Programs of Study that map highly with SDGs include:
- 1582 Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Business #SDG4 #SDG9 #SDG13 #SDG14 #SDG15
- 1554 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Environmental Science #SDG4 #SDG9 #SDG11 #SDG13 #SDG14 #SDG15
- 1555 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Environmental Science #SDG4 #SDG9 #SDG11 #SDG13 #SDG14 #SDG15
- 1576 Bachelor of Social Science #SDG3 #SDG4 #SDG5 #SDG10
Griffith Centre for Sustainable Enterprise
With strong national and international connections, the Griffith Centre for Sustainable Enterprise was setup to inform and assist the development of sustainable enterprise through innovative research, teaching and engagement activities.
We find ourselves at a unique juncture of change, challenge and opportunity. Climate change, technology, the future of work, inequality, environmental strain, social unrest. We need new, holistic solutions, and regenerative change to rise to these challenges and opportunities.
Our tailored professional learning focuses on the issues that are important to you and your team. Bringing together the expertise of Griffith University’s academics and research centres, our professional learning is designed to deliver creative solutions for the workplace of tomorrow.