Pretty easy, overall.
I highly recommend this class because it teaches you the corporate social responsibilities of businesses. If you are a business student like me, this is a great class to take because it teaches student the appropriate moral conducts when engaging in businesses and other transactions in order to keep the playing field fair and stakeholders overall are taken care of. This course, I believe, should be taken by everyone.
The highlight of this course, for me, would be when my group and I would present cases in front of the class and provide a presentation on the case analysis of it. I loved speaking in front of the classroom and providing appropriate reasonings for those cases we presented. Our professor not only encouraged us to think with high morals, but also helped us build our confidence in public speaking. I learned so many great things in this class, especially how to conduct everyday businesses with the utmost credibility. Moreover, I learned many corporate social responisbilities businesses are ought to do, therefore, if I were to start my own business in the future I'd like to incorporate these things I learned to it.
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Advice for students:
I order to succeed in this class, I suggest that students keep up with the schedule their professors give them. My professor gave us a complete schedule of the course for the entire semester, and it was very helpful because I was able to pace myself and prepare myself whenever there are quizzes and tests coming up. In addition, I recommend students to at least study a week before exams are coming because it decreses the amount of stress you feel during exams week. This also gives you enough time to ask your professors questions you might have while studying for the exams. I also want to remind students that some sacrifices has to be made in order to succeed in class. I, myself, would skip out on retreats and other activities if I know I have an exam the following week because it is always better to be prepared than cram everything in one day which doesn't really help students thoroughly understand the subject and retain what they're learning. Good luck!