Corporate Social Responsibility COMM 9166


Our Corporate Social Responsibility course teaches you about the role that excellent corporate citizenship/advocacy plays in an organization's storytelling, brand reputation, and employee engagement. Learn the instrumental role communications professionals play in driving positive change within organizations while you lean to leverage key skills learned in previous courses (such as press release writing and internal communications). Come away with a strong understanding of the increasing need for organizations to prioritize social responsibility, when an organization should consider responding to social justice crises, and how values-based storytelling can drive awareness and increase brand love among consumers.


You will have the most success in this course if you have already completed our COMM 9164 Introduction to Corporate Communications (Online) course prior to taking this course.

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