The course is divided into four modules plus a final project:
Introduction to social responsibility based on basic definitions and an overall vision of the different areas involved: sustainability, green and circular economy, environmental, social and governance (ESG). Analysis of key ethics concepts and their relationship with CSR. Learning through practical case studies.
Acquiring a global overview of the different areas of CSR management in an organisation (good governance, economic aspects, human rights, labour relations, environmental sustainability and relations with society), as well as aspects linked to stakeholders and actions carried out. Analysis of practical case studies presented by companies and organisations carrying them out.
Gaining a deeper understanding of different international initiatives in the field of CSR (United Nations Global Compact, 2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development Objectives, B Corp, etc.) and the main aspects of reporting. Analysis of practical case studies set out by the companies and organisations carrying them out.
Gaining a deeper understanding of different initiatives: alternative economy, social enterprises, ethical banking and responsible investment, microcredits, volunteering, links with NGOs, innovation, competences and skills for bringing about change in these aspects. Analysis of practical case studies set out by the companies and organisations carrying them out.
To complete this course successfully, you need to attend at least 80% of the teaching sessions and submit a Postgraduate Course Final Project.
You will be assigned a tutor to offer you help and assistance as you prepare your Postgraduate Course Final Project. You will have four sessions with your tutor to plan, structure and carry out your project.