Albers is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As of July 2014, less than five percent of the world’s business schools and less than one third of U.S. business schools have achieved business accreditation from AACSB.
Albers course information comes from Seattle University's 2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog. All undergraduate courses are 5 credits, unless otherwise noted. Syllabi information is for reference only. Information may not be current.
These courses introduce students to major traditions of moral theory and ethical reasoning, engage students in critically examining ethical problems, and challenge students to develop rigorous personal systems of ethical reasoning. The central goals of the course are to develop students’ skills in reasoning about ethical problems and encourage deep, habitual reflection on the ethical dimensions of life. This course requires a major case study analysis of some sort. Individual sections may focus on different ethical arenas or problems.
Prerequisite: UCOR 2500.
(UCOR 2910 replaces BETH 351, past syllabi provided for reference)
(1 - 5 credits) (formerly BETH 396)
The study of ethical issues in business in the context of a foreign country. Course will include travel to the country to observe activities and conditions and to meet with representatives of businesses and other institutions. Location of tour can vary. Check with the department for details.(formerly BETH 494)
(1 - 5 credits) (formerly BETH 496)
Includes traditional legal issues, including nature and development of law, structure and functions of the courts, civil and criminal procedure, and contracts. The course will focus on the legal environment that exists for U.S. businesses because of the increased international business activities. (Offered fall, winter, spring) (formerly BLAW 370)
Prerequisites: UCOR 2910 or BETH 351/PHIL 351 and advanced standing in the Albers School.
Substantial focus on international contracts, specifically laws relating to international sales, commercial transactions, shipping, letters of credit, methods of payment and resolution of international disputes. Lectures include discussion of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, import duties, export restrictions and use of foreign representatives. (formerly BLAW 476)
Prerequisites: BLAW 3700.
See administrative office for prerequisites and course descriptions. (2 - 5 credits) (formerly BLAW 291, 491)
The study of international law in the context of a foreign country. Course will include travel to the country to observe activities and conditions and to meet with representatives of businesses and other institutions. Location of tour can vary. Check with the department for details. (formerly BLAW 494)
Open to junior and senior business majors with adviser’s approval. Mandatory CR/F and will not satisfy a major requirement. (0 - 5 credits) (formerly BLAW 495)
For more about internships, visit the Placement Center
(1 - 5 credits) (formerly BLAW 396, 496)
Supervised individual work. Open to senior business majors with the approval of the student's adviser. Will not satisfy a major requirement. (1 - 5 credits) (formerly BLAW 4990)