Religious Freedom & Business Foundation launches Faith@Work, an Executive Education Program on

January 1, 2022 | Religious Freedom & Business Foundation

The Religious Freedom & Business Foundation, in partnership with, launched a new certificate program in Business & Religious Freedom for those who complete the online, on-demand course collection BUS 800 Faith@Work.

By using analytical skills and building the knowledge necessary to operate in a religiously diverse context, this training enables business leaders to actively foster religious diversity and inclusion (RD&I) in the workplace and religious understanding for success in the marketplace. Each course will take approximately 2-3 hours to complete at your own pace.

BUS 801 Faith@Work: The Business Case for Religious Freedom

BUS 802 Faith@Work: Workplace Case Studies

BUS 803 Faith@Work: The Law and Threats to Ignoring Faith at Work

BUS 804 Faith@Work: Religious Literacy in Business

BUS 805 Faith@Work: Religious Accommodations in the Workplace

BUS 806 Faith@Work: Goals for Moving Forward

By completing the 800-level certificate program, business leaders will be able to:

  1. Explain how religion and belief of employees impact a workplace environment and actual bottom-line outcomes. 
  2. Identify components of a workplace of accommodation regarding religion and belief.
  3. Employ skills and techniques to counter workplace discrimination and encourage accommodation regarding religion and belief.
  4. Access resources that can help them lead in and build environments of accommodation regarding religion and belief.

The program meets the 2020 Guiding Principles and Standards for Business Accreditation as articulated by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The curriculum fulfills the AACSB accreditation standards on ethics and integrity, societal impact, mission-driven focus; peer review, continuous improvement, collegiality, agility, global mindset, with special attention to the standard on diversity and inclusion.

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