As an Adjunct Faculty Member, Dr. Mary works with students to provide instructional guidance. See the list below for her available courses.
BUS 761AH2 Corporate Social Responsibility & Environmental Stewardship
This course is intended to introduce students to the ethical dilemmas that organizations face; the ethical behavior expected from them by society, and the approaches organizations can adopt to become responsible corporate citizens.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
o Characterize the fundamentals of the relationships that exist between the Business, Government and Social sectors.
o Describe the relationships of Business, Government, and Societal sectors and how ethical issues have a significant impact on the perceptions of all of the firm’s stakeholders.
o Identify and analyze the critical nature of Corporate Governance.
o Evaluate the nature of Corporate Strategic Philanthropy and how participation in philanthropic causes affects the firm’s image and perception in the minds of stakeholders.
o Analyze how the firm’s internal culture is affected by the leadership of the firm and the many challenges linked to the external cultures where the firm conducts business.
o Identify and analyze the linkages of causality between the public good and governmental regulation.
o Synthesize the critical nature of environmental care and sustainability as issues for the firm in the 21stcentury.
o Apply critical thinking skills to analyze situations.
o Compare and contrast the opportunities provided by technology for the organization.
o Utilize effective communication techniques.
o Evaluate situations that present potential legal and ethical issues and develop solutions for those issues.