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BUS367 Business and Society

As corporate America struggles to find its ethical identity in an increasingly complex business environment, managers are confronted with difficult challenges in balancing their economic, legal and ethical responsibilities to the internal and external parties with which they interact. Employing a case-based approach within the confines of a stakeholder management framework, this course describes and explores these social and ethical challenges and responsibilities.


  • 3


  • Liberal Arts


  • May not be enrolled in the following class: Freshman

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