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 reference the CRB’s sustainability skills course recommendations from across campus as an area of emphasis.
|SUMMER 2020||UGBA 192S||Business and Sustainability||Hopelain, Judy and Romero-Hernandez, Omar|
|SUMMER 2020||UGBA 192T||*New* Business, Sustainability, and Society||Rochlin, Dave|
|FALL 2020||MBA 292N-3||Food Innovation Studio||Rosenzweig, William B.|
|FALL 2020||MBA 292T-11 EWMBA 292T-11||Business & Natural Resources – Sustainable Use of Ecosystems||Romero-Hernandez, Omar|
|FALL 2020||UGBA 192T-3||Managing Human Rights in Business||McElrath, Roger|
|FALL 2020||UGBA 192N||Negotiating Human Rights Solutions in Business||Saretsky, Marissa|
|UGBA 192P||Sustainable Business Consulting Projects||Krackeler, Debbie and Low, Glen|
|FALL 2020||UGBA 192T||*New* Business & Labor Rights in Global Supply Chains||Banerjee Saxena, Sanchita|
|FALL 2020||UGBA 198||*New* The Value of Corporate Social Responsibility: Can Corporations Save the Planet?||DeCal sponsored by Rochlin, Dave|
|SPRING 2020||MBA 292C-1||Strategic and Sustainable Business Solutions||Saretsky, Marissa, Lee, Mark and Stormer, Susanne|
|SPRING 2020||UGBA 192T-1||Sustainable Business in the Nordics||Strand, Robert|
|SPRING 2020||UGBA 192T-2||Edible Education||Rosenzweig, William|
|SPRING 2020||MBA 292T-3||Managing Human Rights in Business||McElrath, Roger G. and Natour, Faris|
Companies can participate by submitting a consulting project for our courses.
The CRB partners with cross-disciplinary partners at UC Berkeley to support to following certification programs:
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