This module provides candidates with a better understanding of the various aspects of Social Issues in Management and how they affect the operations of organizations. The course objectives are achieved through a focus on theories of Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics that are fundamental for comprehending, planning, design, strategy and management. Furthermore, it is crucial for managers to understand the influence of CSR and Business Ethics on decision-making and how it may vary from region to region. Topics covered include: CSR, Sustainability, Business Ethics, and Stakeholder Theory.

Duration = 12 weeks


Course / Module Professor

Dr. Keller holds the position of Professor of Management Studies and is a recipient of the “Professor of the Year” award from Monarch Switzerland. He holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Northcentral University and a Master in Management Science from Cardinal Stritch University and a Master in History from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. Dr. Keller is presently a Professor at Eastern Oregon University, USA. Dr. Keller teaches global business policy and strategic management, management and leadership and organizational behavior at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Dr. Keller has written curricula for several universities and serves as a Master thesis director directing the capstone papers of more than 800 students. In 2015, Keller was selected to be included on the Fulbright Specialist Roster. (More…)