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BUS 150

Business Ethics
Name: Business Ethics
Course Number: BUS 150
Credit(s): 3

Course Description

This course emphasizes applied ethics as a skill, where students not only learn ethical principles but also confront moral and ethical challenges in a business setting. It will be presented as a discipline that both prescribes ethical norms and describes the various levels of engagement with non-economic social values.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Grasp the connection between business ethics and social responsibility.
  • Explore the origins and development of business ethics.
  • Gain an understanding of the prevalence of ethical misconduct in the workplace and the factors driving unethical behavior.
  • Recognize the necessity for business ethics initiatives in organizations of all sizes.
  • Apply moral philosophies to ethical considerations in business.
  • Comprehend the concept of social responsibility.
  • Evaluate how leadership, motivation, and power influence ethical decision-making within organizations.
  • Understand the dynamics of business ethics in a global economy.
  • Examine the correlation between business ethics and organizational performance.

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