Courses Introduction to Corporate Responsibility

3893 Introduction to Corporate Responsibility , 1 sp

Intermediate studies
Teaching language
Course description

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The course introduces corporate responsibility (CR) as a field of business research. It covers core business and responsibility concepts, as well as connects these concepts to the courses in the Study Module of Corporate Responsibility.
The course is mandatory for students external to Hanken who have been admitted to complete the Study Module in Corporate Responsibility.

Learning Goal

You will have a basic understanding about key CR concepts and their real-life challenges

After completing the course, you will be able to
  • Identify and apply key concepts regarding Corporate Responsibility
Target Group

The course can only be taken by external students who take the entire Study Module in Corporate Responsbility. The course cannot be taken by Hanken degree students.

Limited Number of Participants

25 external students (through separate application to the CR module).


Lectures (mandatory)

Total Student Workload

27 hours divided into
Scheduled (contact) hours: 8 h
Non-scheduled work: 19 h


Group work including final report 100%
All assignments are valid for one academic year, thereafter if the course is not completed it has to be retaken.

Articles as decided by the lecturer , max. 50 pages

Non-degree studies (Open University, JOO and Contract Studies)

Only for external students who take the entire study module in Corporate responsibility.