TMe2 Globalisation and Corporate Responsibility 5 op
TM062002, Talousmaantiede, Turun kauppakorkeakoulu
Corporate (social) responsibility is the main framework for companies to respond to the global challenges and uneven development and to either reactively or proactively shape their reputation(See further information on the course web page.)
After the course students will be familiar with globalisation and corporate (social) responsibility, as well as the Millennium and the Sustainable Development Goals (MDGs and SDGs) of UN. Students will understand their contents and the kind of possibilities and challenges they set for companies.
The course consists of forum discussions, online lectures and written assignments. Assignments can also be done in Finnish.
Virtual course. The course is part of the Finnish Universities' Partnership for International Development (UniPid) co-operation. **Spring semester 2020, period IV (16 March - 3 May 2020)** The course in arranged as integrated into degree studies. Please check the course details from [the study guide of Turku School of Economics](https://opas.peppi.utu.fi/fi/opintojakso/TM062002/1603).
1. Potter, Binns; Elliot, Smith, Geographies of Development. An Introduction to Development Studies. 3rd ed., Harlow, Pearson Education Limited, 2008. 2. A collection of articles and online resources.
- Oppiaineen esittely
- Kevät 2020
Turun yliopisto, Turku
[Education manager Merja Brunnsberg]( https://www.utu.fi/fi/avoin-yliopisto-opetus/opintoneuvonta-ja-yhteystiedot), merja.brunnsberg[at]utu.fi [Student services secretary Elina Iso-Ilomäki]( https://www.utu.fi/fi/avoin-yliopisto-opetus/opintoneuvonta-ja-yhteystiedot), elina.iso-ilomaki[at]utu.fi
The students are chosen in registration order. Registration is binding and cannot be cancelled after student has signed the registration form or has paid the payment for studies. Paid payments for studies are not refunded, with exception of cancelation of the studies due to an insufficient number of participants or for another reason connected to the functions of the Open University, or due to an illness of the student preventing his/her studying, in which case an informal written appeal, together with a doctor's or nurse's certificate, must be made to Student services secretary. Right to study cannot be transferred to another study module or unit except in the case that the Open University has to cancel the studies to which the student has enrolled due to an insufficient number of participants. The right to study cannot be transferred to another person either. For any additional information, please contact Student services secretary.
Payment for studies should be paid within 24 hours after the registration using online bank or otherwise the registration is cancelled. In case an online net bank payment is not possible, the student must contact Student services secretary in advance before registration (we charge 15 euros extra for paper invoice).