MGT630 Details

3 Credit Hours

Course Description:

This course provides students with decision-making frameworks and practical tools for anticipating, critically analyzing, and appropriately responding to the social, ethical, and political challenges managers face when operating in a global economy. Because corporate social responsibility in practice requires that a corporation address both business goals and society's expectations, students examine the concept that modern corporations have a responsibility beyond providing profit to shareholders: to create value for soceity and a diverse group of stakeholders.

Discipline: Business Administration


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Spring 2021
Fall 2020

Sections Offered in Spring 2021:

MGT630-15: Corporate Social Responsibility (-TAP Only-) Lovett, Kristen Lee
Open: 6 / Reg: 14 / Max: 20
  Open
  6 Week Section
Instruction Type Building / Room Days Meeting Dates Meeting Times
Online - Without Set Times None (Online) ------- 01/04/2021 - 02/14/2021 --


Sections Offered in Fall 2020:

MGT630-14: Corporate Social Responsibility (-TAP Only-) Lovett, Kristen Lee
Open: 12 / Reg: 8 / Max: 20
  Open
  6 Week Section
Instruction Type Building / Room Days Meeting Dates Meeting Times
Online - Without Set Times None (Online) ------- 08/10/2020 - 09/20/2020 --
MGT630-96: Corporate Social Responsibility (-TAP Only-) Lovett, Kristen Lee
Open: 5 / Reg: 15 / Max: 20
  Open
  6 Week Section
Instruction Type Building / Room Days Meeting Dates Meeting Times
Lecture CAPE / 115 --T---- 11/02/2020 - 12/13/2020 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM


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