Business Ethics
Basic issues, concepts, and tools of management ethics; includes ethical theory, character ethics, and social responsibility, all taught in a gospel context.
MBA
604
 Hours1.5 Credit, 1.5 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 Taught 
Course Outcomes: 


Ethical Decisions

  • Use contemporary and classical frameworks to analyze and suggest resolutions to ethical dilemmas.

Ethical Issues

  • Identify and address common ethical issues that arise for individuals, managers, and organizations.

Ethical Issues

  • Recognize how individual differences and cognitive barriers can influence ethical judgment.

Ethical Standards

  • Identify key organizational tools, policies, systems, and laws that apply to managing ethical conduct specifically in the business environment.

Ethical Decisions

  • Identify and prioritize personal values and apply those to making ethical decisions.

Ethical Issues

  • Explain how organizational and cultural variables can influence ethical conduct.

Effective Communication

  • Engage in logically sound discussion about moral dilemmas using the language of business ethics.