Corporate Social Responsibility

Leading companies recognize the long-term value of integrating social responsibility into core business strategy. An emphasis in corporate social responsibility prepares you to lead sustainability and CSR efforts within a company and to become an effective change agent for positive social impact. Courses, experiential learning opportunities and additional programming are offered by the Center for Responsible Business – an “action-tank” that brings students, companies and faculty together to explore issues of corporate responsibility and sustainability and inspire leaders who redefine good business.

  • MBA 292C Strategic & Sustainable Business Solutions (Applied Innovation course)
  • MBA 292J Socially Responsible Investing
  • MBA 292T The Business Case for Investing in Women
  • MBA 292T Haas Socially Responsible Investment Fund (Applied Innovation course)
  • MBA 292T Business Solutions for Global Megatrends
  • MBA 295T Social Lean Launchpad (Applied Innovation course)

Helpful electives:

  • MBA 224A Managerial Accounting
  • MBA 231 Corporate Finance
  • MBA 236G Designing Financial Models that Work
  • MBA 247 Business & Sustainable Supply Chains
  • MBA 248 Supply Chain Management
  • MBA 252 Negotiations and Conflict Resolution
  • MBA 254 Power and Politics in Organizations
  • MBA 257 Decision Making
  • MBA 270 Business and Public Policy
  • MBA 275 Managing the Legal Environment of Business
  • MBA 292T Business and Natural Resources
  • MBA 292T Diversity in the Workplace

(Please note that the elective courses listed above are not necessarily offered every semester or every year.)

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