LPP400.1 Business Ethics from a Global Perspective (Fall) NOT OFFERED FALL 2017

Ethical dimensions of global business decision-making. Students in this course will identify, evaluate, analyze and discuss the competing values and interests that business leaders must consider to successfully navigate in the global economy. Topics may include corruption and bribery, global human rights, environmental and economic sustainability, global sourcing, and discrimination and fair employment. Priority to students with a business, law, or ethics background.

Department: Law and Public Policy

Location: Florence

Semester: Fall

Credits: 3