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
FALL 2018 MBA292J Haas Socially Responsible Investment Fund Olesky, Samuel J. and Hanson, Dan
FALL 2018 MBA292N-5 Food Innovation Studio Rosenzweig, William B. and Yeh, Caroline
FALL 2018 MBA292T-3 Managing Human Rights in Business McElrath, Roger G. and Natour, Faris
FALL 2018 MBA 292T-11 Business & Natural Resources - Sustainable Use of Ecosystems Romero-Hernandez, Omar
FALL 2018 MBA292T-2 Design and Evaluation of Development Technology Wolfram, Catherine D. and Gadgil, Ashok
FALL 2018 UGBA192N Negotiating Human Rights Solutions In Business Saretsky, Marissa
FALL 2018 UGBA192P Strategic CSR and Consulting Projects Kobori, Michael and Low, Glen J.
FALL 2018 UGBA192T Business Models and Strategies for a Better World Rochlin, David

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