|Corporate Social Responsibility||Hours: 3 0 3|
This introductory course will include the principles of private businesses supporting communities and people. The challenge is often to find a balance between doing good and leveraging these practices to benefit business as well as the community and its constituents. This course covers CSR methods, tools, principles, and practices at the organization and society level. The course is designed to give students a general knowhow of what CSR is and how it is generally implemented and managed in an organization. The contents to be covered in course are legal and economic perspectives on CSR; ownership theory; market and stakeholders analysis; contemporary public and social issues involving business; global natural environmental issues; technological issues influencing economy and society; community relations and strategic philanthropy; role of government in CSR; and social audit.
|Pre-requisites: None||Co-requisites: None|
Hours: XYZ where X = Lecture, Y = Lab, Z = Credit
All hours are per week.
3 Lab hours constitute 1 credit hour
1 credit hour implies 1 lecture of 50mins per academic week. 16 weeks in total.
Pre-Requisite courses are courses required to be completed before this course may be taken
Co-Requisite courses are courses required to be taken along with this course