In Whose Interests?
A Carroll School researcher finds that when their personal tax liabilities go down, CEOs gain a greater appetite for corporate risk-taking.
In the Business Law & Society Department, students examine the nuances—and impact—of law within all functional areas of management while developing critical-thinking skills.
Course offerings are both practical and relevant: Learn about current ethical and legal issues leaders in every industry confront. Core and elective courses cultivate essential analytical skills that are imperative for sound decision making.
The aptitude gained from business law courses is useful for careers in consulting, risk management, accounting, human resource management, finance, marketing, and securities.