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Rethinking the MBA Curriculum in the Finance Discipline

Problems in Financial Management

Author: Becker-Blease, John
Product Type: Syllabi; Teaching Modules
Source: Washington State University, Vancouver
Publication Year: 2008

Faculty Rating: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars [2 Faculty Ratings] 9726 views

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a heightened appreciation of the role of a financial manager within a firm and to understand the tools and the nature of the decisions that financial managers must make...

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SMBA 511 Sustainable Theories and Models for Innovation

Author: Sroufe, Robert
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Duquesne University
Publication Year: 2013

Faculty Rating: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 785 views

Objectives of the course include enabling students to: acquire in-depth knowledge of the theories and models supporting sustainable business practices and innovation; think critically about sustainability topics; integrate different streams of knowledge; understand Life Cycle Assessment; develop qualitative/quantitative analysis of business management situations; and engage in teamwork and personal development.

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Sustainability and Business Initiatives with the Base‐of‐the‐Pyramid

Author: Marquez, Patricia
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: University of San Diego
Publication Year: 2008

Faculty Rating: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 1933 views

Previously unsuspected, profitable market initiatives aimed at the socio‐economic base‐of‐the‐pyramid (BOP) are generating both social and economic value, holding the promise of improved wellbeing for the world’s poor. Business can play a significant role in bringing the 4 billion people living in poverty closer to mainstream markets as consumers, producers, or business partners.

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Peace Through Commerce

University of San Diego: GSBA 507

Author: Dimon, Denise
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: University of San Diego: School of Business Administration
Publication Year: 2011

Faculty Rating: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 2339 views

This course focuses on how changing political environments affect business strategies and competitive advantage of domestic and international firms. It also analyzes the ways in which businesses contribute to the peace and prosperity of the global community through commerce.

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MBA Curriculum Reform in the Accounting Discipline

Accounting Measurement for Leaders

Author: Cote, Jane
Product Type: Syllabi; Teaching Modules
Source: The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education's Corporate Governance and Accountability Project
Publication Year: 2008

Faculty Rating: 4.4 stars4.4 stars4.4 stars4.4 stars4.4 stars [5 Faculty Ratings] 6115 views

Accounting with its arcane language and rules is a subject often feared and reviled by MBA students. While the process of producing accounting information might indeed contribute to this reputation, framed differently, MBA students easily see the role accounting plays in achieving strategic goals and managing stakeholder tensions. MBA students are expected to be future business leaders, not accountants. Using this assumption to design the course results in less emphasis on computation and more emphasis on the consequences that choices made in the process of accounting measurement have on strategic direction, stakeholder commitments and performance expectations. Students then understand that accounting is a measurement system that lays the foundation for enlightened decision making.

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Global Human Resource Management

Portland State University: MIM 564

Author: Taylor, Sully
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Portland State University, Master of International Management Program
Publication Year: 2006

Faculty Rating: 4 stars4 stars4 stars4 stars4 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 1454 views

In this course, students will learn the major approaches MNCs take to the staffing and management of international operations, and how this is interdependent with the management of domestic operations. This includes learning about the management of expatriates, local managers and third country nationals, and the development of global leaders.

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International Law and Business (BLAW 4760)

Author: Lasprogata, Geneva A.
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Seattle University
Publication Year: 2015

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This course is about international law and global corporate citizenship. We will use a variety of learning tools in our study, including case studies, legal cases, articles, music, documentary film and class team work. Students will develop a solid understanding of the relationship between law, international business and responsible leadership. They will also learn strategic business tools while developing self-awareness and building personal skills to help them become leaders for a just and humane world.

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PHI 361: Business Ethics

Authors: Matteson, Michael; Metivier, Chris
Product Type: Multimedia; Syllabi
Source: The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Publication Year: 2015

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This online module includes background and case material for discussing questions of morality, social responsibility, environmental sustainability, employee relations, privacy, marketing, and why, in the larger scheme of things, business needs ethics.

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Proscholium: Foundations of Business

MGT 1050

Author: Ferguson, John
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Utah State University
Publication Year: 2015

[This document has not yet been rated] 203 views

An academically rigorous course, MGT 1050 will serve as a platform to introduce students to the broad cross-section of disciplines that constitute the study of markets, commerce, and leadership, while emphasizing ethical decision making throughout. Special emphasis will be placed on ethical leadership; international mindfulness; personal development and awareness; and broader empathy.

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HA 505 Special Study: The Business of Art

Author: Cateforis, David
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: The University of Kansas
Publication Year: 2014

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This course spotlights the business of art. The class requires students to demonstrate familiarity with major artists, dealers and auction houses, and their role in the relationship between museums, collectors and galleries. It also introduces students to issues around finance, auctions, price-fixing, looted art, taxes, marketing, fakes, culture and ethics.

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BUS 125/ARTH 125: The Business of Contemporary Art

Authors: Alexander, Raquel Meyer; King, Elliott H.
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Washington and Lee University
Publication Year: 2014

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This course is an interdisciplinary exploration of the business world of contemporary art. The class combines finance, tax policy, marketing, economics, and art history to provide a ‘nuts-and-bolts’ view of how the contemporary art world operates. This course is appropriate for business students with an interest in contemporary art as well as museum studies and art history majors who wish to gain an understanding of business concepts in the art world.

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General Business 120: Personal and Professional Foundations in Business

Sophomore Compass Course

Author: Barker, Dani
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Publication Year: 2015

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This course will introduce you to BBA and WSB resources, help you begin to develop important business skills, facilitate networking among business students, and encourage reflection about your time as a BBA student and future goals. It was created with feedback from students, alumni, employers and faculty/staff in order to prepare you for internships, full-time jobs, leadership roles, and engagement within whichever communities you are a part and allow you to be proactive about making the most of your time as a business student.

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Mgmt 80: Global and Cultural Environment of Business

Author: Eberhart, Robert
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Santa Clara University
Publication Year: 2015

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International business is standard operating procedure for most large companies and many small firms today. A majority of the products in our lives have at least one component from another country. Everyone is influenced by international business. As such, this course is the foundation for further business studies and employment.

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Effective Communication in Business

BUSN 179

Author: Visconti, Kevin
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Santa Clara University
Publication Year: 2015

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This course is an advanced seminar designed to explore modes of communication and social relationships as they converge to shape business environments. A central purpose of the class is to cultivate professional communication skills (verbal and non-verbal) expected in the workplace while recognizing how behavior, both in and out of the office setting, can reflect on personal image and brand development.

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Resources, Food and the Environment

ECON 101/MGMT 173

Author: Baker, Gregory A.
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Santa Clara University
Publication Year: 2015

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In this course you will study agricultural and food systems as well as the relationship among food production, resource use and the environment…

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Social Entrepreneurship Capstone

BEO 1930A

Authors: Fennell, Mary L.; DiCarlo, Lisa
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Brown University
Publication Year: 2014

[This document has not yet been rated] 353 views

This required two-semester capstone course will provide students with hands-on experience in the collaborative process of social entrepreneurship working with community groups and businesses engaged in socially responsible action, in the Providence area and beyond. We have designed this capstone to provide an important synthesizing experience for all seniors in Business, Entrepreneurship and Organizations.

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GBUS 8999IB: The National Debt Seminar

Author: Frank, Mary Margaret
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Darden Business School
Publication Year: 2014

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The objective of this course is to engage students from a variety of disciplines (law, business, public policy, health engineering, etc.) in a discussion about the impact of the national debt on their future.

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Abrupt Climate Change, Business and Public Policy

BUA645/ERS602/SPI590

Authors: Mahon, John F.; Hastings, Michael; Mayewski, Paul Andrew
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: The University of Maine
Publication Year: 2014

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The course will consist of three major components: (1) an introduction to climate change, with special attention being devoted to abrupt climate change; (2) (a) an identification of those industries most likely to be impacted by abrupt climate change and (b) what, if any, actions have been undertaken by industry to deal with the problem; and (3) an introduction to the public policy development process as it applies (or not) to climate change at the national and state level.

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Sustainable Business

Author: King, Andrew
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Dartmouth College
Publication Year: 2014

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Companies now face challenges and opportunities created by their environmental and social impact. This course will evaluate how firms are responding by changing their own behavior or by influencing the regulatory and competitive context in which they operate.

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Asia Pacific Business and Institutions

Author: Mahmood, Ishtiaq P.
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Asia Pacific Executive MBA
Publication Year: 2012

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In this module, we study how winning in fast-growing emerging markets requires companies to tackle institutional voids, including lack of water, health, infrastructure, housing, etc. Institutional voids imply that customers in developing economies have needs which are unique compared with their counterparts in developed countries. Unique needs, coupled with high customer price sensitivity, translate into real challenges for many firms from developed economies. We are seeing the advent of new business models addressing institutional voids by bundling public goods and private goods together. The examples of bundling sewage and policing services along with housing in new Indonesian satellite cities illustrate how firms can make money by providing infrastructures and institutions typically provided by governments. What makes money, however, is not always socially optimal...

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GSM 6121: Politics & Public Policy for Managers

Author: Johnson, Tim
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Willamette University
Publication Year: 2014

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Students will explore common and disparate features that impact management in a global economy and polity, incorporating the perspective of public service values – human dignity, integration, integrity, and excellence. To achieve that plan of inquiry, the course will study how business, government, and not-for-profit enterprises govern themselves, how those enterprises interact with “the government,” and how managers can utilize tools from various management functions in order to address—both successfully and ethically—challenges related to politics and public policy.

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SUS 7025: Market Failure and the Regulatory Environment

Author: Cabinte, Ryan
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Presidio Graduate School
Publication Year: 2014

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Sustainability challenges often reside where markets, civil society, and regulation have all failed to prevent a normatively undesirable result. To see where to intervene, you have to see the system. To find the best solution, you have to see the alternatives. This course is designed to help sustainability managers, whether MBA or MPA, think across sectors, and consider the entire institutional playing field when seeking new sustainability solutions.

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BUSEO 2509: Business and Politics

Author: Mitnick, Barry M.
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: The University of Pittsburgh
Publication Year: 2014

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This course will examine methods and patterns of business influence on government, modern approaches to regulatory design, policy-making on issues affecting business, the performance of regulatory agencies, and the behaviors of groups and trade associations in politics. The course begins with a case study that asks, what caused the current financial crisis that some call “The Great Recession,” and what roles did regulators play in the origin and management of the crisis? The course will examine characteristic patterns of behavior both in government and in regulated firms. Of particular interest are the means by which firms gain strategic, competitive advantage through shaping government decisions and programs.

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Finance and Society

BUS F332; LAW 725

Author: Admati, Anat
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Stanford University
Publication Year: 2014

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This interdisciplinary course will discuss the role of the financial system within the broader economy and the interactions between the financial system and the rest of society. The course will provide an overview of the financial system, cover the basic economic principles essential for understanding the role of finance in the economy, and discuss of policy issues around financial regulation.

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The Age of Globalization

Authors: Rehman, Scheherazade; Riddle, Liesl; Maurer, Noel; Jensen, Nathan
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: The George Washington University
Publication Year: 2014

[This document has not yet been rated] 529 views

The central theme of this course is globalization; more specifically globalization of people, markets and firms. Emphasis will be placed on current events/issues in global news and understanding their implications within their geographic, historic, political, economic, social and cultural context...

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Leadership and Economic Policy: The Keynes-Hayek Debate

Author: Peart, Sandra J.
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: University of Richmond
Publication Year: 2013

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In this course, we explore two questions using the Keynes-Hayek debate as our laboratory. First, what is the scope for policy makers to lead the economy through crises and the inevitable ups and downs that accompany economic expansion? How much agency should policy makers assume and when are unusual mechanisms called for? Second, what leadership role do economists legitimately play in the development and implementation of new economic policy?

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Businesses and Leaders: The Positive Difference (BA 200)

Authors: Berdish, Laura; Bailey, Gwyneth Slocum; Crawford, Cindy; Feldman, Tammy; Kirsch, Paul; Hess, David; Mayer, David; Wooten, Lynn Perry
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: University of Michigan
Publication Year: 2014

[This document has not yet been rated] 376 views

In this course, we explore the competing tensions of how business practices and leaders impact organizational performance as well as broader social outcomes across the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. In addition to studying the role of business in society, this course examines personal and professional responsibility. This will entail students examining the connections between personal values, career goals, ethical decision making, and moral courage.

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The Greening of Business

Author: Thomas, Tom
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: San Francisco State University
Publication Year: 2013

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This course is a seminar for business students who want a better understanding of the impact of for-profit companies on the natural environment, and the strategies that leading businesses are pursuing to effectively respond to their environmental challenges.

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Ethics at Work: Business Impacts (BUS 440)

Author: Kleinrichert, Denise
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: San Francisco State University
Publication Year: 2014

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Analysis of applied ethical theory, decision-making and practice to workplace issues in business and related organizations using interactive learning case studies, class exercises and student presentations.

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Business 4075 - Leadership: Theory and Application

Authors: Lucy, Denise M.; Welch, Giulia
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Dominican University of California
Publication Year: 2014

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This interactive course examines and analyzes key leadership theories, the role of leaders in business organizations, leadership styles, ethical responsibilities of leadership, strategies for team development and leading, vision and planning for organizational change, leading innovative business solutions as well as conflict resolution and facilitating effective group decision-making.

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Professional Responsibility and Leadership (PRL)

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Product Type: Syllabi
Source: NYU Stern School of Business
Publication Year: 2013

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In this course, students have the opportunity to pursue the following learning objectives: 1) to become more familiar with the variety of ethical dilemmas that can arise in the course of business practice; 2) to understand the different values and principles that can inform and guide decisions in such ambiguous situations; and 3) to gain experience articulating and defending courses of action that are coherent with their own values.

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Exploring the World of Business

Authors: Chiapetta, Lisa; Herrerias, Paul; Lepage, Francoise O.; Lucy, Denise M.; Murray, Cynthia; Sabuco, Mona
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Dominican University of California
Publication Year: 2013

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Exploring the World of Business is a five-unit personal and professional development course sequenced over the four years of the business degree and required of all undergraduate Business Administration majors. The course sequence integrates ethics and critical thinking from a global perspective...

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Sustainable Enterprise

Author: Moss, Todd
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Syracuse University
Publication Year: 2013

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Consensus in favor of continued human existence on our planet is simple to achieve. Recognizing, understanding, and affecting the complex and interdependent factors that may make this possible is much more challenging, thought-provoking, and fascinating...

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Corporate Political Strategy

BGS 371/MKT 372

Author: Werner, Timothy
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: The University of Texas at Austin
Publication Year: 2014

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This course will explore the relationship between business and its stakeholders – including the government, mass public, NGOs, and activists – in the United States and around the world, with the goal of preparing you, as future managers, to develop and implement non-market strategies.

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Leadership in the Global Economy

General Business 365

Author: Schroeder, Steve
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Publication Year: 2014

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What makes leaders great? What separates Warren Buffet, Steve Jobs, Barack Obama, Bill Gates, Marissa Meyer, and Mahatma Gandhi from others? This course will seek to answer these questions by linking your Economics and Psychology courses with the theme of leadership...

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Portico

MH100.23

Author: Smith, Michael J.
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Boston College
Publication Year: 2013

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Portico offers the beginning student a unique opportunity to situate contemporary business in a context that is global and historical; learn about business through engagement with faculty and practitioners; develop a nuanced method for recognizing and responding to the ethical challenges of contemporary business; and raise questions about personal aspirations and the opportunities available in the world of work.

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MKT 2349 Philosophy of Exchange

Authors: Hill, Ronald Paul; Wetzel, James
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Villanova University
Publication Year: 2013

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This seminar is an extended meditation on the nature and possibilities of exchange. The expectation is that such a meditation, conducted by a group of students with interests in both business and the arts and sciences, will illuminate the potential for unity with the University and lend greater consciousness to our most persistent practices of exchange. The aim, ultimately, is not only to understand but also to serve: our better selves, our loved ones, those who are still strange to us, our complex world of mixed allegiances.

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The Cultures of Business

Author: Everett, Daniel
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Bentley University
Publication Year: 2014

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This course examines how values and valuation arise in human societies. From the foundational beliefs and practices of specific cultures it proceeds to look in depth at how cultures of business arise and how they influence one another and the societies in which the businesses operate.

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Economic Development of Latin America

Author: Conroy, Stephen J.
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: University of San Diego
Publication Year: 2013

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This course is designed to assist in answering the following questions: Why isn’t the whole world—particularly Latin America—developed?

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Global Social Entrepreneurship

Author: Marquez, Patricia
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: University of San Diego
Publication Year: 2014

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Social entrepreneurship is about how to frame problems and devise sustainable solutions for the world’s most pressing challenges. This course teaches how to combine business and management skills, imagination, passion, and the courage of individuals to effectively tackle social problems.

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Creativity and Leadership

Author: Raghunathan, Raj
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: The University of Texas at Austin
Publication Year: 2014

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There are three main objectives for this course. The first objective is to provide you (the student) the opportunity to discuss, with your peers, one of life’s most important questions: What are the determinants of a meaningful and fulfilling life? The second objective is to provide you with the set of skill-set and the confidence to devise your own roadmap for leading a meaningful and fulfilling life. The third objective is to transform your personality into one who, by and large (and certainly in life’s most important decisions), operates out of love for what you want to do, rather than out of fear for what you have to do.

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AIS 100: Introduction to Financial Accounting

Author: Warfield, Terry
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Publication Year: 2014

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This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of financial accounting, including introductory accounting theory, concepts, principles and procedures. Students will also be exposed to current events in accounting and application of business ethics.

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BOS 371: When Law Goes Pop

Author: Nesteruk, Jeffrey
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Franklin & Marshall College
Publication Year: 2014

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Drawing on the rich interaction between law and popular culture, this course explores the narratives the law provides for understanding our personal and professional relationships, our larger commercial lives, and ultimately ourselves.

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Business 494/IES 594: Sustainability Perspectives in Resources and Business

Authors: Yalonis, Chris; Dumyahn, Sarah
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Miami University
Publication Year: 2014

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The course design enables future entrepreneurs and innovation leaders within existing corporate and public agency entities to take advantage of sustainability related opportunities, develop a business plan and provide guidance on how to secure funding and operationalize the plans...

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SM131: Business, Society, and Ethics

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Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Boston University
Publication Year: 2014

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By the end of BSE, we expect you to have identified a core set of personal values that will guide your decision-making going forward. In addition, we expect you to be able to apply ethical frameworks to a variety of managerial decisions with ethical components. You will be familiar with some of the language of management -- from accounting, finance, marketing, operations management, and general management. We expect you to have developed professional writing and communication and have learned how to view the world from a managerial perspective. Last, we expect each student to appreciate the breadth of economic entities that ultimately leads to the quality of life on the planet.

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Finance 198: Internship Program

Author: Statman, Meir
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Santa Clara University
Publication Year: 2014

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An internship is a beginning of an integration of learning in school and learning on-the-job. Work experience will enhance your skills and allow you to gain fresh insights about yourself as well as about the workplace.

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BADM 1001/1002: First Year Development Program

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Product Type: Syllabi
Source: The George Washington University
Publication Year: 2013

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Students will develop career-based knowledge; begin preparation for business careers, and learn about the importance of civility and integrity in business discourse.

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Huntsman Scholar Semester

Author: Peterson, Shannon
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Utah State University
Publication Year: 2013

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The purpose of the scholar semester is to provide students with an integrated perspective on the nature business and politics in a global environment, along with greater individual and intercultural awareness.

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Contemporary Philosophy: Human Capital

Authors: Thaning, Morten S.; Gudmand-Høyer, Marius
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Copenhagen Business School
Publication Year: 2014

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The objective is to enable students to identify and critically analyse business issues and problems by mobilising philosophical perspectives...

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Teaching Victorian Literature to Accounting Majors; Not-For-Profit Accounting and Government Accounting

Authors: Hoyle, Joe; Gruner, Elisabeth
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: University of Richmond
Publication Year: 2013

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Connecting a Victorian Literature class with a senior-level accounting course seems so mysterious that it might well have been concocted by Charles Dickens for one of his novels. As with most mysteries, questions abound. What are we as the teachers of these two classes trying to achieve? How did we manage to construct two such different courses in tandem? What possessed second semester seniors in a highly regarded business school to enroll in an elective class focusing on the study of lengthy novels written 150 years ago?

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