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Course Details


This course focuses on understanding the differences (diversity) among people including but not limited to race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, physical and mental ability and how these differences affect stakeholders and leaders in the workplace as well as the impact they have in terms of domestic and international commerce and enterprise. Additionally, the course will focus on the related issues of globalization, corruption, trade policies, corporate responsibility, sustainable and renewable practices, and how social justice can be integrated specific to each topic.

Credits: 3


  • PLS 201  (with a min grade of )
  •   OR   PLS 302  (with a min grade of )

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Must be admitted to the Flex-Track Program for Adults or  or have Advisor consent to register. 

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