The course provides an overview of the track in international strategy and sustainability by exploring current research on global and local challenges of strategic management that emphasize and prioritize sustainability. The department of management and organization coordinates the course and various faculty members in the fields of corporate social responsibility, business ethics, gender, human resource management, organizational behavior, social and business sustainability, and strategy will conduct the lectures.

The course is obligatory for students from the Master's degree program in Business and Management.

The course is intended for students who wish to write a master's thesis on the topic of strategy and/or sustainability. The course is very research-driven and is particularly suitable for students interested in strategy and sustainability.

The course can be taken as part of the study module in Corporate Responsibility.

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