THFS 340: Ethical Leadership: Franciscan

This course focuses on a healthy world economy and our responsibility for it. It begins with the economic financial crisis of 2007-2008 and looks at the social, cultural, economic and psychological factors along with the ethical lapses that led up to it. This course then presents the major contributions that Franciscan thinkers have made to the way we can understand, accept and humanize the modern market economy. Franciscan principles and practices for a more social economy will provide students with the ethical insights and practical tools they will need in the workplace to balance freedom and responsiblity, profit-making and solidarity, the care of creation and the common good.  
Offered: Regularly
Credits: 3
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