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MGMT 354 Corporate Social Responsibility
The course provides a managerial perspective on the social consequences of corporate decision-making. Introductory material includes a review of moral theory, moral development and ethical organizational climates. Free market, enlightened self-interest and stakeholder approaches are applied to a range of historical cases. Students will analyze contemporary cases and present reports and recommendations. Professional accounting ethics guidelines and standards will be reviewed and discussed, with attention given to the accountant’s role and obligations with respect to clients, the capital markets system, and the public. Offered Spring only. (BC3)
Prerequisites: JrS, MGMT 241 with a "C" or better and a major in PACC, BSEC, BSAC, BSMG, or ECON.
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