BADM 4950 Business and Social Responsibility in the Global Economy
3 semester hours
This is an applied course that focuses on the interactions of business, government, and societal institutions. Particular attention is directed to such topics as economic systems, stakeholder management, political and legislative process, sustainability, and corporate governance. Themes of ethics, social responsibility, and leadership will be emphasized. There are two specific goals: 1) The student grasps the broad issues of corporate social responsibility and 2) The student develops decision making skills needed to lead a corporation to productive solutions.
Must be taken in residence at LMU.
Senior standing required.
Required for ALL majors in the College of Business Administration.
Prerequisites: BADM 1010 , BADM 1020 , BADM 1030 , BADM 1040 , all with a letter grade of C (2.0) or higher; BLAW 2210 ; MGMT 3610 ; one course from PHIL 3100-3150.
University Core fulfilled: Integrations: Ethics and Justice.