Controversies/Debates in Business, Management, and Society


Course Description:
This course is a vehicle for analysis and debate on current, controversial issues related to business, management, economics, and society. Course objectives blend skills and substance. With respect to skills, there will be material on the nature of argument and analysis, with a goal of creating meaningful improvement in students' ability to develop and deploy goal-directed persuasive arguments. With respect to substance, an objective of the course is to expand students' in-depth knowledge of key issues of the day related to business, economics, and management practice. Prerequisite: MGT 342. [2]

2 Credit(s)

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