MAKE SURE TO "REFRESH" YOUR
SCREEN EACH TIME YOU VISIT THEM TO GET THE LATEST VERSIONS OF THESE PAGES
MAKE SURE TO
"REFRESH" YOUR SCREEN EACH TIME YOU VISIT THEM TO GET THE LATEST VERSIONS OF THESE PAGES
Fourth Project Instructions: first draft
If you ever encounter a conflict of information between the course anthology and the website, choose the website.
If you ever encounter a conflict of information between different pages of the website, choose the one that has been updated most recently.
PARLIN 102: as a student in this class you also have access to the computers, printer, scanner, etc. in this room. At first you will use the name "cwrl" and the password "guest" and then later you will be entered into the system with your own EID and password.
a more animated class discussion
With 19 credit hours of coursework and connecting experiences (internships), students may earn a BDP certificate in Ethics and Leadership.
In the interest of educating thoughtful and responsible leaders, the BDP in Ethics and Leadership brings together resources from across campus to allow students to examine these complex phenomena from an interdisciplinary perspective. With courses relevant to health care, business, politics, law, engineering, and the media, the Ethics and Leadership BDP can complement a range of majors and interests. Through the connecting experiences component of the BDP, students may work with community and professional organizations or bring their interdisciplinary expertise to faculty research in areas such as public policy, advertising, and bio-ethics. Five interdisciplinary areas of study allow students to focus their exploration: * Business Ethics * Ethics of Health Care * Media, Ethics, and Public Policy * Social Justice, Politics, and Law * Race, Ethnicity, and Ethics An interdisciplinary faculty panel guides students in choosing courses and identifying research and internship experiences that allow them to connect the challenges of ethical leadership to their majors and career goals.
Faculty include Howard Prince Director, Center for Ethical Leadership, LBJ School of Public Affairs
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