Corporate Social Responsibility


10% Early Bird Discount before August 19!

Participants in this Duke University Executive Education program will have access to the best data, best practices, metrics for performance and access to key subject matter experts in a program designed to meet the needs of all participants. Registered participants will also receive benchmarking assessments of their respective companies’ efforts in CSR, provided by graduate students under supervision of program faculty at the Sanford School.

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Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy has taken on the challenge to assist the private sector in meeting its goals and objectives in CSR by offering corporate leaders the ability not only to understand the delivery of effective CSR efforts, and what to do to achieve strong results, but importantly how to organize and effectively deliver specific actions that will deliver high level results.

This course will cover all the critical elements of effective corporate social responsibility programming. It will cover environmental and sustainability efforts, diversity, equity and inclusion, supply chain practices, community and employee engagement, labor practices, investment strategies, corporate philanthropy and public private partnerships. As part of the program over a dozen of the most gifted practitioners  in each of these areas will share what works and what doesn’t, and most importantly how to best implement effective strategies and chart a path forward into the future.

Tuition for the executive program in Washington DC on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is $5,300 per participant.

Tuition and fees cover:

  • Faculty instruction from Duke faculty and expert guest speakers;
  • Access to all course materials, session recordings and additional resources;
  • Staff support during the course of program.

Duke alumni are eligible for a tuition discount. If you are interested in our alumni discount, please email us at and tell us the year you graduated from Duke and which program you graduated from.