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LEWIS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
COBU 304 Corporate Sustainability Fall Semester 2013 INSTRUCTOR: OFFICE ROOM NUMBER: OFFICE PHONE: E-MAIL: Office Hours for Spring 2013 Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Other Times by Appointment THIS COURSE MUST BE PASSED WITH A GRADE OF “C” OR HIGHER FOR ALL BUS INESS MAJORS. 1. COURSE DESCRIPTION: “How ought a person behave and how ought a corporation transact business with the impending global crises of the modern era?” Students will be confronted with controversial issues and asked to develop a personal and corporate mission that encompasses a resolute stance on the issues that plague our society. The purpose of the course is not only to become a better business man/woman, but ideally an active contributor to the betterment of society at a global scale. 2. STUDENT PREPARATION, DETAILED DESCRIPTION, AND REQUIREMENTS OF EACH CLASS ASSIGNMENT: Time 10:50 - 12:30 & 1:50 - 4:00 10 -12:30 10:50 - 12:30 & 1:50 - 3:30 Christopher Doval 219 Singleton Hall N/A email@example.com
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SCHOOL AOL LEARNING GOALS ADDRESSED IN THIS COURSE ARE: Problem solving and analytical thinking Critical and Interdisciplinary Systems Thinking 2 of 7 . Leadership. skills and abilities in vital management areas including but not limited to: 1. Individual self-awareness about personal responsibility and contribution to global sustainability 6. team. Conduct cost/benefit financial analyses of sustainability issues facing organizations 2. including dealing with conflict and decision making 7. marketing. ethics and management Specifically. COURSE OBJECTIVES: By the end of this course. giving and receiving constructive feedback and time management 4.instructure. finance. 3. including problem solving and conflict resolution 5. Critical thinking and decision making 2. conducting professional and effective meetings. and leadership problem solving 4. Your professor will provide all readings. 5. students will be able to: 1. Professional communication skills including business writing. Make knowledgeable sustainability recommendations based on tangible and intangible considerations 3.com/enroll/4X7L86. Individual. Financial analysis and reporting 3. students will increase their knowledge. Understand how sustainability is critical from a personal perspective and business perspective. including but not limited to: technology. making professional presentations. REQUIRED TEXT: No Book Several films will need to be rented during the course of the semester. Effective team development and management.Students must self-enroll in the course with this URL: https://canvas. but there is no book.
5 KSAs (Knowledge. the U. K1: Understand the legal ramifications of being an employer within a digital and physical space. Individual and Team Work Products Exams and Quizzes. K3: Understand the different forms of business structures and ownership. Individual and Team Work Products Exams and Quizzes. and effective meeting management 6. 2. ASSURANCE OF LEARNING: Must show a strong relation with School AOL goals to each KSA 1. 4. court system. political. Individual and Team Work Products Exams and Quizzes. 3. A2: Analyze and distinguish the difference between various agency relationships. 5 1 2 1-4 3 of 7 . and legal business sustainability issues Professional communication including writing. KSA will be in covered in this course in the following areas Readings/Lecture/Discussion Team Discussions/Analysis AOLs will be assessed in the following manner Exams and Quizzes. S2: Write case analyses related to business organizations and their legal environments. collaboration. Skills and Abilities) S1: Apply problem-solving and decision-making skills to business situations that involve legal. presenting. K4: Identify the legal impact of contracts. 4 1.S. Individual and Team Work Products Exams and Quizzes. K2: Trace the historical development of U.S. ethical and social dimensions. Individual Work Product Exams and Quizzes. legal terminology and legal procedures. Individual and Team Work Products Exams and Quizzes. 2. A1: Analyzing a Code of Ethics for an organization. law. Effective internet research for problem solving Global understanding of ethical. Individual Work Product Exams and Quizzes. Individual and Team Work Products 1-5 Readings/Lecture/Discussion Team Discussions/Analysis 1 Readings/Lecture/Discussion Team Discussions/Analysis Readings/Lecture/Discussion Self-Instruction through Research Readings/Lecture/Discussion Self-Instruction through Research Readings/Lecture/Discussion Team Discussions/Analysis Readings/Lecture/Discussion Team Discussions/Analysis Readings/Lecture/Discussion Team Discussions/Analysis Readings/Lecture/Discussion Team Discussions/Analysis 2 2. Individual and Team Work Products Exams and Quizzes. A3: Define and explain different types of torts that apply to business and product liability.
vsu. For more information about the program. Please contact the office of Students with Disabilities Program at (804) 524-5061 or Memorial Hall. Individual and Team Work Products 7. 9. to coordinate your reasonable accommodations. Final Project: 10.asp 18. 1-4 Readings/Lecture/Discussion Team Discussions/Analysis Exams and Quizzes. GRADING DISTRIBUTION 1.edu/pages/323. STUDENT INFORMATION SHEET and CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT: Students are required to read and abide by the School of Business policies.S3: Identify and distinguish the various types of intellectual property rights. please visit the website at http://www. full-versions can be found on Black Board for this course or on the School of Business web portal. 8. GRADING SCALE: 90-100 80-89 70-79 60-69 Below 60 A B C D F BUSINESS STUDENTS MUST PASS THIS COURSE WITH AT LEAST A GRADE OF “C”. Room 409. Mid-Term Project: 3. WRITTEN STUDENT SUBMISSIONS: All written assignments will be checked for plagiarism using Safe Assign Software. Online Discussions and Assignments: 2. The Policies include but are not limited to: Zero-Tolerance Principles 50% 25% 25% 100% 4 of 7 . AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT: Any student who feels she or he may need an accommodation based on the impact of a documented disability should contact me privately to discuss your specific needs.
Administrative Withdrawal Policy Student Attendance Policy Student Code of Ethics/Conduct Student Dress Code Student Lab Code of Ethics/Conduct Please and memorize instructor’s specific guidelines as noted in this syllabus 5 of 7 .
6 of 7 . LEWIS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Fall 2010 . I have read the syllabus and agree to abide by it. and/or the class syllabus. I agree that I understand my instructor has the right to request that I be administratively withdrawn from the course for any violation of University policies. By signing below.VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY – REGINALD F. School of Business policies.STUDENT INFORMATION SHEET and CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT Part I: Instructor Completed Section: Instructor’s Name Course Name and Number Time and days class meets Part II: Student Completed Section: Student’s Name (Please Print) Student’s Major Student’s Local Home Telephone Number Student’s Cell Phone Number Student’s Email Address Student’s Local Address or University Post Box # Student’s Permanent Address Student’s Permanent Home Telephone Number I have received a copy of the course syllabus for the above course and am responsible for reading and adhering to the School of Business policies. which are located on BlackBoard.
DATE: ________________ SIGNATURE: ___________________________________________ 7 of 7 .I am aware that Business Majors must earn a grade of “C” or better to pass this class.
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