Business Ethics Week
Business Ethics Week is held in late fall and involves over 4,000 undergraduate and graduate business students and faculty as they hear from business and industry experts on topics related to business ethics, corporate social responsibility, the environment and sustainable business.
Campus and downtown campus events and speakers have included former and current employees from companies such as PG&E, Hewlett-Packard, Starbucks Coffee Co., Genentech, Salesforce.com Foundation, and the Gap Inc.
SF State's College of Business is one of the few business schools that require all graduate and undergraduate business students to take a Business & Society course—and has for the past 25 years. Most faculty in the fields of finance, accounting, marketing, information systems, decision sciences, management, international business, and hospitality and tourism management, integrate modules on ethics and social responsibility in their courses.