Campus euro-américain et Europe-Afrique, Reims
(copyright, trademark, patent, industrial design and geographic indicators) and delves into their practical applications and the current issues they raise through debate oriented case-studies. Required reading : to be deﬁned.
designed to facilitate participation, even for the most reserved students. The remaining portion of each student's grade will be based on individual and group projects and a ﬁnal exam. Pedagogical method : The course materials are in English. The reading assignments include selected articles and cases deﬁned in the course syllabus available prior to the ﬁrst class session. Preparation for each session requires approximately three to four hours of work, assuming good reading ability in English. Course Description : The ﬁeld of organizational behavior (OB) explores individual, interpersonal and group dynamics as they affect the functioning of organizations and achievement of organizational goals. Although this course will focus largely on business organizations, many of the course concepts will apply to other kinds of organizations, including social and extracurricular clubs, sports teams and study group and nonproﬁt organizations. This course offers a general introduction to the basic concepts and topics in organizational behavior. We will focus on three principal dynamics : individual, interpersonal and group. During our focus on individual dynamics, we will explore such concepts as motivation, individual personality, behavior and emotions and decision-making. Our study of interpersonal dynamics will include a look at teams and teamwork, power and inﬂuence and conﬂict and negotiation. The concepts included in the study of group dynamics include leadership, communication and the organizational context. Students will be exposed to these OB concepts with the objectives of developing their knowledge of how organizations work, giving students the opportunity to use this knowledge in real world situations and allowing students to assess their own behaviors and leadership styles. Required reading : to be deﬁned.
INTRODUCTION TO LEGAL PHILOSOPHY
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : to be deﬁned. Pedagogical format : Elective Course Description : What is it to think theoretically about law ? This course will be devoted to the study of the major topics known as “legal philosophy”, “legal theory” or “jurisprudence.” It will construe “legal theory” broadly to include scholarly reﬂection on domestic and international law and legal institutions that draws on philosophy, economic theory, psychology, anthropology, political theory, history and sociology. The examination and confrontation of the various approaches which have emerged in history is intended to help students articulate, and question, the way they see law and expose them to a range of materials that consider theoretical dimensions of the study, practice, teaching, and research of law Required reading : to be deﬁned.
INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : to be deﬁned. Pedagogical format : Seminar Course validation : Class attendance, completion of reading assignments and participation in class discussions and exercises are essential. Accordingly, a portion of each student's grade will be based on the extent to which the student's class participation demonstrates a thoughtful review of the assigned reading materials. The course is
INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 48 Language of tuition : English