Ethical & Cultural Foundations

Courses that expose students to the foundations of ethical decision making and cultural backgrounds, in addition to exploring how ethics and culture differ, intersect, and influence leadership.

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BUS 1050/1: Foundations of Business Thought

Communication 5350/6350: Ethical Practices in Communication

Communication and Professional Ethics (3)
(no prerequisite, but a strong background in the humanities and the social sciences is recommended)

Communication 5450/6450-01; ETHN 5450-01: Communication and Culture (3)
(some lower-division courses in COMM are required)

Communication 5660/6660: Media Ethics (3)
(COMM 1500 required, and strong background in humanities, social sciences, and media studies is recommended)

ED PS 3010: Introduction to Multicultural Issues: Understanding Self and Others
(Elective Category I or II)

Ethnic Studies 3420: American Racism (3)

Gender Studies 3100: Movements & Protests: A Contemporary History (3)
(Prerequisite: GNDR 1100 or 2100 or 3690)

History 4370: History of American Social Movements (3)

History 4610: Women in American History Since 1870 (3)
Cross listed as GNDR 4610

Management 3800: Business & Society (3)

Philosophy 3500: Ethics (3)

Philosophy 3510: Business and Professional Ethics (3)

Philosophy 3530: Environmental Ethics (3)

Philosophy 3700: Political Philosophy (3)

SP ED 3020: Special Education Globalization and International Perspectives (3)
(Elective Category I or II)