The interdisciplinary major in Business Ethics highlights the use of ethical theory in business enterprise as well as critical thinking (logic). It prepares students to think analytically, communicate effectively, and discriminate among ethical, moral, and spiritual values. It will prepare students for lives of responsible citizenship, for business positions at the entry level, and for policy-oriented graduate study (like law or public policy).
(B.S. degree) Sixty hours required. Twenty-four hours in Business Administration and Economics including ECO 221, 223, BUA 210, 211, 326, 330, 348 and three hours from the following: BUA 335, 353, 367, 377, 450 or ECO 425; and twenty four hours in Philosophy including PHI 151, 152, 201, 203, 325, 335, either 440 or 450, and one additional PHI elective; plus twelve allied hours from the following: COMM 312, 315; SOC 319; POS 319, 407; PSY 260; CSC 107; BIO 314; HIS 430. (No minor is required.)