BUS-311-TE Business in Society
This exam is an analysis of the interrelationships and influences among business, society and government. It takes a stakeholder approach to focus on how social and governmental forces have changed the role of business and have influenced managerial decision-making. It examines the impact that external factors such as governmental regulation, legal rulings and how the changing expectations regarding the social obligations of business have influenced consumer, employee, community, ethical and international relationships.
This exam is also available as the formal course BUS-311.
Semester Hours: 3
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