Coroporate And Social Responsibility –


(3 credits)

This course utilizes a case-study approach of addressing and discussing issues in corporate and social responsibility. Emphasis is placed on reviewing examples from public and private business that have had both a positive and negative net impact on the business and on the environment at the local, regional, and global level from an ethical, public relations, and profitability perspective.
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks. This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Advisor.

Social Responsibility Strategies

  • Identify an appropriate social initiative for an organization.
  • Summarize factors that influence the selection of corporate social responsibility strategies.
  • Compare and contrast social responsibility strategies.

Managing Corporate Social Issues

  • Compare and contrast best practices for selecting social issues.
  • Explain the alignment of social responsibility goals with business goals.
  • Describe social issues relevant to business.

Evaluation of Social Responsibility

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of social responsibility strategies.
  • Assess the social and corporate profitability of a social responsibility strategy.

Current Trends in Corporate Social Responsibility

  • Identify trends in corporate social responsibility.
  • Define terms that are common in the field of corporate social responsibility.
  • Describe the responsibility of business to society.

Business and the Environment

  • Determine competitive advantages of environmental sustainability.
  • Identify ways businesses can reduce ecological damage.

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