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Courses - Fall 2024
HBUS
Interdisciplinary Business Honors
Open Seats as of
07/19/2024 at 10:30 PM
HBUS100
The Future of Work: Interdisciplinary Foundations and Horizons of Business
Credits: 3
Grad Meth: Reg
GenEd: DSSP, SCIS
What should the future of work look like? Traditional hierarchies have come under increased scrutiny today for many reasons especially because it may not promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. Moreover, they may not encourage experimentation, innovation, and business success. Not surprisingly then, companies are redefining what the future of work should look like. What are the shared responsibilities of an employer and employee? How can technology improve productivity and promote equity? What culture should businesses promote to welcome all employees and ensuring accountability? This course will address these and related questions.
HBUS200
Business and Deliberation: Innovation and Equity in Conditions of Uncertainty and Diversity
Credits: 3
Grad Meth: Reg
GenEd: DVUP
Prerequisite: HBUS100 and HBUS105.
How can managers better promote a diversity of thought within their organization? When business leaders tap into the plurality of perspectives among their employees, they can improve on many dimensions. Unfortunately, many businesses fail to create a culture of inclusion that puts them at a disadvantage when managing uncertainty. How can managers better listen to internal and external stakeholders? How can these diverse perspectives better inform business decision making? How can businesses with multiple objectives - such as triple bottom line companies - better engage with their employees, customers, and corporate partners? This course will address these and related questions.
HBUS307
(Perm Req)
Business Experience Reflection
Credits: 3
Grad Meth: Reg
Restriction: Must be a student in the Interdisciplinary Business Honors Program; and permission of the IBH Program.
A business experience is defined as an experiential learning activity either with an external organization, i.e. an internship, or with a University of Maryland organization, that will provide valuable, hands-on experiences to supplement the knowledge learned in the IBH courses.