Academic Programs 

Accountability: Business and Non-Profit Ethics in a World of Globalization    (ET-535-2)  
 Winter/Spring 2003

This course explores practical and theological issues involved in making ethical decisions in business and daily life.  We will open up the larger socio-economic issues in the U.S. and world political economy through reading several recent and provocative books, while focusing on how faith and ethics can inform decision-making in the day-to-day world of organizations.  Case materials, including student experiences, will be used together with readings in theology, economics and ethics. 

Meeting Day, Time and Dates:
Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. to 7:50 p.m.

Location: Room 206

Professor Worth Loomis

Contact Information:

(860) 509-9500

Course Syllabus
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Hartford Seminary  77 Sherman Street  Hartford, CT  06105   860-509-9500