Details for School of Management, Kyung Hee University
Type of Organization
Type of Education
Undergraduate, Doctoral, Executive
Institution is part of
Kyung Hee University System
Seoul, Korea (Republic of)
Sign Up Date to PRME
20 Dec 2008
Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission
17 Feb 2016
Sharing Information on Progress (2015)
Period Covered: Jan 2014 to Dec 2015
We believe it is so meaningful that we KHU School of Management continues its journey of conscious business education as we are moving into this new era of Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs). We are so pleased to share these experiences of our journey towards accomplishment of our noble mission of academic social responsibility in our time.
Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
Kyung Hee University recognizes the United Nations' role in its effort to obtain universal peace and understanding. In this vein, the university seeks to emulate those ideals in its educational system. The university's emblem is thus modeled after that of the United Nations, and its school song, which praises peace and liberty, resonates with its commitment to those ideals.
The university pursues the United Nations' ideals through its commitment to creativity, progress, and cooperation, thereby hoping to promote the role of intellectuals and academics in world affairs. To engage intellectuals directly with world events, the university has initiated several international movements, especially the Global Cooperation Society Movement (GCS), which is comparable to Oxford University's Moral Rearmament Movement (MRA). The GCS strives to protect human rights, build a society of freedom and equality, and ultimately, attain world peace. The Movement for Better Living and the Movement for a Brighter Society (both initiated by Chancellor Choue) also embody the humanistic spirit of the university.
Kyung Hee University strives to bridge cultural and social gaps by promoting mutual understanding and prosperity. As a result, the university encourages frequent exchanges with sister schools overseas to facilitate the exchange of ideas. These activities spread a shared belief in the value of learning.
Our College of Business Administration abides by our ideals. We integrate ethical, moral discussion of the role of corporations and their stakeholders with respect to corporate responsiblility and sustainability. This includes curriculum review each semester of professor introducing teaching material in each course, whether a lecture or a learning module, with respect ot corporate responsibility or sustainability.
Our College of Business Administration is an active participant in the World Civic Forum sponsored by the United Nations and Kyung Hee University. We are developing programming with respect to corporations and thier role in sustainability in preperation for this conference.
We encourage our professors to engage in research and review of the literature in this fields of business administration to become futher aware of how corporations are integrating social responsibility and strategy to become or stay world class competitive.
Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
We encourage our professors to engage in research and review of the literature in this fields of business administration to become further aware of how corporations are integrating social responsibility and strategy to become or stay world class competitive.
Professor Walsh has introduced Harvard Business School case studies into all of his global courses,whether International Finance, International Marketing, or International Business, which provides discussion on issues of land use, product safety, environmental concerns, as well as role of corporation in successful development of local human talent.
Professor at Kyung Hee have attend events sponsored by AACSB with respect to social responsiblity, corporate governance and sustainability.
Professors are part of task force working on project for presentation at World Civic Forum.