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Liberal Studies 318

Ethics and Decision Making in Organizations (3 crs)

Analysis of the influences on decision making in a variety of organizational contexts and the impact on individuals and society. Students will investigate how culture, science and technology, religion, politics and the economy affect the decisions made at a variety of levels in organizations, and the effects of those decisions. Particular focus will be on the resolving ethical dilemmas which might result from value conflicts, such as between social and responsibility and financial interests. 

Prerequisites: Concurrent or prior enrollment in Liberal Studies 325 or department consent.

 
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