BUSI 4705 [0.5 credit] Ethics and Cross-cultural Interaction
Perceptions and behaviors that characterize interactions among individuals from various cultural backgrounds, with emphasis on ethical issues that may arise when business crosses cultural boundaries. Various systems, both organizational and individual, for dealing with contrasting expectations are discussed.
Prerequisite(s): fourth-year standing in B. Com. (International Business Concentration) or B.I.B., and BUSI 2702 or BUSI 2101.
Lecture three hours a week.
BUSI 4601 and BUSI 4609 in Item 8 above must be taken at the Sprott School of Business. The following courses cannot be used as free electives toward the B.Com. degree: ESLA 1300 , ESLA 1500 , and any 0000-level course such as MATH 0009 and MATH 0107 . The 4000-level credit in Item 9 above must be taken at the Sprott School of Business. Students require completion of BUSI 1800 and BUSI 2800 to be eligible for registration in BUSI 3102, BUSI 3103, and BUSI 3309. Students require completion of BUSI 1995 to be eligible for registration in BUSI 2101 , completion of BUSI 2995 to be eligible for registration in BUSI 3309 , and completion of BUSI 3995 to be eligible for registration in BUSI 4609 ( BUSI 4709 for B.Com. with concentration in International Business students). BUSI 4995 must be completed as part of the degree requirements prior to graduation from the Bachelor of Commerce.