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With global warming and pollution become a hot button issue with the public, companies are looking for people who can help them offset their damage to the world and society. As a master’s incorporate social responsibility student, you will learn the essentials of improving a company’s image with the society and the environment.
Request Information Part time Course Studies in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) 2017
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a field of research that offers opportunities for companies to improve their business by engaging responsibly with the natural and social environment. Kulturstudier offers three different CSR courses, level 1,2 and 3. You can combine all three in one semester, or mix CSR with studies in Spanish or philosophy. The courses are offered in cooperation with Universidad Nacional de San Martin. [+]
Making Social Responsibility Work: The Cornerstone of Sustainable Business explores how SR can become a critical long-term lever for success. Participants learn how to embed SR at the core of their organizations... [+]
Making Social Responsibility Work: The Cornerstone of Sustainable Business
Social Responsibility (SR) has become a hot topic among managers around the world. Many leading companies have moved from viewing SR as a public relations tool or philanthropic cause to making it a core pillar of their strategic decision-making process, as well as a part of their day to day operations.
Making Social Responsibility Work: The Cornerstone of Sustainable Business explores how SR can become a critical long-term lever for success. Participants learn how to embed SR at the core of their organizations, starting with employees – a firm’s most important asset.... [-]