Perspective on a general History of Philosophy & Ecophilosophy
This course offers students an introduction to basic issues in Philosophy and Research. It combines the classical notion of “education” with a particular focus on Ecology and Ethics
Different levels of Spanish are being offered in this program.
LITERATURE & ARTS SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE I
This course will offer a broad view from different genre of Spanish-American Literature from the Discovery to the Independence. The main topics will be: Perceptions of the realism in the Spanish-American literature; Latin-American Identity; the Essay as a Genre; an Introduction to Poetry.
SPANISH-AMERICAN LITERATURE II
This course will offer a broad view from different genre of Spanish-American Literature from the Independence to our days. The main topics will be: Perceptions of the realism in the Spanish-Americanl Lterature; the Magic Realism; Latin-American Identity; the Essay as a Genre; Poetry.
ECONOMICS CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY MANAGEMENT
CSR Management will give the students the necessary tools for integrating CSR into core business structures. Participants will learn a systematic approach to designing and planning a CSR strategy, and implement the concepts across industries and regions. The course consists of three principal components: Strategic RSE; Administration of the RSE inside an organization; Different ways of measurement and communication.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
The proliferation of the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) represents one of the most significant trends in business management and governance over the past decades. It has gained steady momentum in national and international public policy, and is increasingly adopted as a benchmark for good business practice by the private sector worldwide. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the CSR debate, and gives the students a thorough understanding of why to integrate CSR into corporate strategies and decision-making, to add both financial and non-financial value to the company and society in which it operates. CSR is taught through an interdisciplinary social science/humanistic approach.