Introduction to Philosophy and Business
COURSE TITLE: Introduction to Philosophy and Business
COURSE NUMBER: IN100
This course consists of five (5) video workshops approximately ten to twelve minutes each for a total of 60 minutes or one hour. These workshops must be taken in order. Our unique approach to philosophy and business will be explained in the first video; to skip over it will result in misunderstanding the remainder. Each video will culminate in a short quiz which must be taken in order to move forward in the series; finishing the entire series will result in a certificate of completion.
THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE:
Our main program of study is done through a different platform: Teachable. Prospective students must present the Udemy certificate of completion before being admitted to Teachable.
- 1) Philosophy and Business
- A) The nature and scope of philosophy.
- B) The nature and scope of business.
- C) How the two fit together.
- 2) Holism and ba
- A) Defining and describing Holism.
- B) Defining and describing ba.
- C) Their importance for life in general and in business.
- 3) Cultural Considerations
- A) Diversity and unity.
- B) Humanitarianism.
- C) Role of religion and spiritual traditions.
- 4) Passion
- A) What it is
- B) What it is not
- C) How to enact it
- 5) Entrepreneurship and Economics
- A)Nature of economics
- B) Nature of entrepreneurship
- C) Economics & Entrepreneurship
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
- 1) Identify the core concepts of each workshop.
- 2) See the connection between knowledge and skills.
- 3) Begin to apply the basic philosophical concepts to your individual situation.
- COURSE OBJECTIVES:
- 1) Lay down the foundation for the Philosophy and Business program.
- 2) Connect philosophy and business together in a practical manner.
- 3) Begin thinking about their own philosophy as it will be applied to their professional and business interests.
SUGGESTED TEXTS: No texts are required for this course.
STUDENT CONDUCT POLICY
The Aegis Business School of Philosophy is committed to maintaining civility, integrity, and ethical behavior from its students as well as faculty, staff, and administrators. Failure to meet these standards may result in censure or dismissal, or possibly both.
- Academic misconduct.
- Racism and other similar biases.
- Disruptive behavior.
STATEMENT ON DISABILITY ACCOMODATIONS
The Aegis Business School of Philosophy does not discriminate on learning disabilities. Appropriate accommodations such as closed captioning will be provided as needed. The Office of Instruction will account for this when scheduling students for courses. If, however, the office overlooks a student’s needs, the instructor must contact the office of the issue.