Bachelor – Sustainable Economics and Business II
As part of the seminar program “Sustainable Economics and Business II” (ZuWi II), the Institute for Managing Sustainability offers two to three courses per semester. Thematically, these courses deal with contents of our EU-wide research projects and prepare the students to carry out scientific enquiries (research techniques, writing workshop). The final sessions are held externally and comprise a two-day practical seminar with business simulation games, case studies and guest lectures.
For more information about the courses and their content please refer to eVVZ.
Master Management - Elective course and competence field
In the Master Management program, the Institute for Managing Sustainability is responsible for the elective course "Sustainable Development" as well as for the competence field "Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics".
PhD/Doctorate – Academic Writing
As part of the doctorate- and PhD studies, our institute offers the course “Publishing in different academic communities” every winter semester. In this course students are taught the “rules” of different disciplines and communities, while being introduced key success factors of academic writing and publishing. In this course we involve renowned scientists such as Prof. Carolyn Egri (Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University). She is currently member of six editorial boards and was associate Editor for the Academy of Management Learning & Education Journal. In the winter semester 2015/16 we are glad to announce the participation of Prof. Nigel Roome (Vlerick Business School) as a guest lecturer.
For more information and event dates, please refer to eVVZ.