MGMT 1030 3.00
|Title||HISTORY OF CAPITALISM: STRUCTURES, AGENTS, ARTEFACTS|
|Department||MANAGEMENT - ROOM SSB N305, 416-736-2100 X 77960 fax 416-736-5687|
This core course provides students with a deeper understanding of the world they live in. It examines the historical forces that have shaped global capitalism, looking at the evolution of business organizations, different sectors, key stakeholders and their effect on individuals and society, both globally and in Canada. The course also helps develop critical thinking, analysis, reading, and writing skills.
Note: Not open to iBBA students for credit.