PHIL 4310

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Corporate Social Responsibility

This course examines approaches to business decision making that recognizes corporations as social institutions with accordant moral responsibilities. That is, it examines the idea that corporations must consider the interests of numerous stakeholders, which means that their responsibilities extend beyond increasing their profits. With an emphasis on Catholic contributions, draws upon the vast literature on corporate social responsibility.

Credit Hours
WRIT 1311
School of Arts and Sciences