Check out the 2014 Business as UNusual Guide — a free download from Net Impact, the international organization that supports and grows business and business education for social and environmental impact, with 280 chapters around the globe.
The 2014 guide offers:
Student-written profiles of 100 business schools from the United States and abroad
The voices of 3,300 MBA students, sharing their B-school experiences
Descriptions of and commentary about what business programs are doing to prepare students for careers that make a positive impact on the world
Stats about each school, including the percentage of students who are Net Impact members, and how satisfied Net Impact members are with career coaching, connections to alumni, and other support
Details not easily available on a school's website, for example, whether funding is available to support students interning at nonprofits
Many of the schools that appear in the guide also participate in the Idealist Grad Fairs, so if you're thinking about getting your MBA — for a career in corporate citizenship or nonprofit leadership — it's a great idea to research schools in Business as UNusual before stopping by one of our fairs.
Beyond Grey Pinstripes from the Aspen Institute is a biennial survey and ranking of business schools, which spotlights innovative full-time MBA programs and faculty that lead the way in integrating issues of social and environmental stewardship into business school curricula and research.
Net Impact's Business as UNusual, another free guide that looks at business careers for the public good. (You can also give a listen to the Idealist podcast featuring the Net Impact guide Corporate Careers That Make a Difference.)
Accredited MBA is a search engine of 150 accredited, online MBA programs.