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Ethics Courses at Reinhardt
Courses related on the topic of ethics can be found in the School of Business' three different degree programs:
BUS 290 - Legal and Ethical Environment of Business This undergraduate business course introduces the basic principles, theories, concepts and terminology of the legal environment as it relates to corporate or business decisions. Virtually all important topics in the legal, regulatory and business ethics areas are covered in this course, which provides a basic survey of business law needed to run a business.
BUS 640 - Law and Ethics Students in this graduate level course will select an industry of interest for which they will create a hypothetical company. Course assignments will be focused on the industry and/or hypothetical company chosen. Near the end of the course, there will be a Practicum, or applied seminar, intended to reinforce and apply learning through several different activities which will be observed by classmates, the course professor, and the MBA Coordinator.
OML 430 - Ethics Values and the Law This Organizational Management Leadership course focuses upon changing organizations. As organizations change, organizations are impacted by numerous ethical and legal considerations. The course will provide an overview which involves attention to the broader context of the changing organizations, the various traditional modes of ethical reasoning, the relevant terminology, and appropriate responses to the selected issues in changing organizations.
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