Curriculum

Center for Responsible Business

Curriculum

Issues of sustainability require all businesses around the world to question the status quo and to innovate.

When you study at Berkeley-Haas, you build a foundation in sustainability and corporate responsibility. Inside the classroom and out, we offer dynamic learning opportunities to undertake real-life consulting projects, manage socially responsible funds, and engage with world-class instructors. MBA students can even select corporate social responsibility as an area of emphasis.

Courses

SEMESTER COURSE NO. TITLE PROFESSOR
SPRING MBA292C-1 Strategic and Sustainable Business Solutions Strand, R
SPRING MBA292I-1B Socially Responsible Investing Kurtz, L
SPRING MBA292T-1 Inside the Boardroom (formerly Corporate Governance) Pozner Zeitlin, J and Lloyd Kurtz
SPRING MBA292T-3B Business Solutions for Global Mega Trends McElhaney, K
SPRING MBA292T-2 Haas Socially Responsible Investment Fund Hanson, D
SPRING UGBA192T-1 The Business Case for Investing in Women McElhaney, K
SPRING UGBA192T-3 Human Rights and Business Natour, F and McElrath, R
FALL MBA292T-3 Managing Business & Human Rights Natour, F and McElrath, R
FALL MBA292T-1 The Business Case for Investing in Women McElhaney, K
FALL MBA292T-12 Business and Natural Resources - Sustainable Use of Ecosystems Romero-Hernandez, O
FALL MBA292N-5 Food Venture Lab Rosenzweig, W
FALL MBA292J-1 Haas Socially Responsible Investment Fund Hanson, D
FALL MBA294-1 Social Impact Speaker Series Tyson, L
FALL UGBA192P-1 Strategic CSR and Consulting Projects Kobori, M

Companies can participate by submitting a consulting project for our courses.