Graduate Certificate in Corporate Responsibility
The Graduate Certificate in Corporate Responsibility prepares professionals to become responsible leaders in business and understand a firm’s impact on society. The program emphasizes studying responsible behavior by individuals in organizations as well as the organizations themselves. The focus of the program lies on identifying the significance of values in business and demonstrating how integrating values in decision-making and strategy can promote responsible business in society.
Students must complete all of the required and elective credits from the course options below and are expected to maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above. Courses completed as a non-degree student are not eligible for application towards the certificate requirements.
|MBAD 6289||Business Ethics and Public Policy|
|or MBAD 6281|
& MBAD 6284
| Business Ethics|
and Business and Public Policy
|Two courses selected from the following:|
|SMPP 6202||Business-Government Relations|
|SMPP 6210||Strategic Environmental Management|
|SMPP 6215||Corporate Governance and Ethics|
|SMPP 6290||Special Topics (Circular Economy and Sustainable Fashion)|
|SMPP 6290||Special Topics (Fraud, Corruption, and Scandal)|
|SMPP 6290||Special Topics (Impact Investing)|
|SMPP 6290||Special Topics (Managing Corporate Sustainability: ESG, SGDs, and Beyond)|
|SMPP 6290||Special Topics (Social Capital and Strategic Leadership)|
|SMPP 6290||Special Topics (Strategic Negotiation and Ethics)|
|SMPP 6290||Special Topics (Technology Ethics and Policy)|
*Students may petition for corporate social responsibility-focused courses not included above to count toward program requirements. Consult the academic advisor for additional information.