BDS 5310 675
This course will combine pragmatic insight with discerning attention to the latest (robust) behavioral science findings. It will focus on providing participants with a good grounding in how behavioral science is applied in practice, and the issues that arise when doing so. For example: What are the common ethical dilemmas and implementation challenges that arise? What are the best ways to ensure behavioral science has an impact in large organizations? What are employers of behavioral scientists looking for? And how should behavioral science be applied differently in the future? Permits offered to non-MBDS students if space is available.
Subject Area Vocab