The minor in Corporate Responsibility is designed for undergraduate students in any major at UW Tacoma to provide a foundational understanding and set of tools necessary to navigate the evolving environment of corporate responsibility (CR).
The Corporate Responsibility (CR) Minor gives students a firm understanding of why good businesses operate in a way that builds value for all stakeholders, and how to best accomplish this in a strategic way. Students will develop a strong understanding of the evolution of corporate responsibility successes and failures as well as the tactical tools necessary to be successful in any career. The minor in corporate responsibility would be valuable for students from any major and/or concentration, as it will enhance your educational background in a way that will be understood and respected from across industries and sectors, including nonprofit and government.
The CR minor will consist of 28 credits: 20 core credits, 5 elective credits, and a 3-credit seminar/culminating experience that will prepare students for careers in organizations that are socially responsible, sustainable, and ethical.
Before you can declare a minor, you must have declared a major and earned a minimum of 45 credits.