Required for students in the graduate certificate in responsible management program. Students complete a project or case study on a relevant topic with an organization or faculty member; attend and submit written reports on a series of seminars, panel discussions, or other pre-approved events related to responsible management; and complete designated community service hours.
1. Analyze complex interrelationships between business, government and society;
2. Identify, evaluate and integrate ethical, environmental, and social concerns within everyday business decisions by encouraging responsible management in a global economy;
3. Understand the significance of legal, social, and political pressures and anticipate their multi-faceted impacts as they affect management in all organizations;
4. Develop an in depth understanding of: sustainability, corporate governance, corporate responsibility, business ethics, social entrepreneurship, supply chain management, international development, poverty alleviation, greening with energy and environment, peace through commerce, or market ethics; and
5. Evaluate the implications of acting (ir)responsibly in all aspects of organizational decision-making having both intrinsic and instrumental outcomes.