The taught modules are assessed mainly through coursework with some examinations. The taught element of the programme is complemented by a substantial research project leading to the completion of a dissertation.
MSc (Psychol), FCIPD
Carole is a Senior Lecturer (Ethics, Responsibility and Human Rights) and Director of Social Responsibility and Sustainability at Aston University. As part of Aston’s commitment to the United Nations (Global Compact) backed Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRiME), Carole participates in UN forums for PRiME, is a leading member of the PRiME group, ‘Fighting poverty as a challenge for business and management and regularly speaks at events on responsibility and CSR and sustainability. Locally, Carole works with a range of business and community groups.
Dr John Blewitt (Distance Learning)
BScEcon, MA, MEd, PhD, FRSA
John is a Senior Lecturer (Sustainability and Media Communications). His teaching addresses issues in communication, sustainability theory and practice, urban sustainability and education. His research interests include urban sustainable design, new media affordances, sustainability communications, and the spatial dimension of inclusive economic development. He is a distinguished Schumacher Institute Fellow.
Teaching staff are drawn from a range of different disciplines within and beyond the Business School.
External speakers also provide insights that add to the applied nature of the programme.
Teaching staff include:
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